/Germany Now Allows Non-Essential Travel From Argentina, Colombia, Namibia & Peru

Germany Now Allows Non-Essential Travel From Argentina, Colombia, Namibia & Peru

Following the recommendation of the European Union Council to lift the entry ban for Argentina, Colombia, Namibia, and Peru, the German authorities have announced that these countries are now part of its list of epidemiologically safe third countries.

This means that travellers from Argentina, Colombia, Namibia, and Peru can now enter Germany for non-essential purposes without being subject to restrictions. Nonetheless, they still need to follow certain requirements, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

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