Being on that list means that non-fully vaccinated travelers from these three countries (Turkey, the United States and Israel) are forced to a 10-day quarantine, reduced to five with a negative test at the end of the fifth day.

Just a week ago, in the previous update of the list made by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for virology, some regions of southern France were included, as well as the island of Corsica and several overseas territories.

As a rule, from the beginning of August, all travelers over 12 years old who have not received the two doses of vaccine against Covid-19 or who have been infected must present a negative test when entering the country.

If they come from one of the regions included in the high-risk list, a ten-day quarantine, reducible to five, is imposed on those who are not vaccinated.

For those entering areas under the control of the most aggressive variants, the obligation to submit a test is extended to all travelers.

Germany has seen a moderate but continuous increase in the incidence of Covid-19 cases since July.

The current level is 30.1 infections per 100,000 inhabitants on a national level.

The absolute peak was registered in December 2020, with 196.7 weekly cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

According to official data, 56.6 percent of the German population has already received two doses of the vaccine, while 63 percent has one.