These travel warnings are now in effect

BerlinDue to the skyrocketing number of corona infections in Europe, travel warnings for other regions in 15 EU countries have been in effect since Saturday at midnight. The Netherlands, mainland France, Malta and Slovakia are now all corona risk areas for which the Federal Foreign Office warns against tourist travel. For the first time, popular tourist regions in Italy with Campania and Liguria as well as five areas in Poland including the metropolises of Gdansk and Krakow are on the risk list. There are also eight cantons in Switzerland, including the canton of Zurich bordering Germany, areas in Sweden and Finland for the first time and further regions in Great Britain, Ireland, Croatia, Portugal, Slovenia and Hungary.

The federal government had already decided to expand the risk list on Thursday with effect from Saturday. The classification as a risk area occurs when a country or region exceeds the limit of 50 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days. The automatically linked travel warnings do not mean a travel ban, but are intended to have the greatest possible deterrent effect on tourists. The good thing for holidaymakers: they can cancel a trip that has already been booked if their destination is declared a risk area. The bad: Returnees from risk areas currently have to be in quarantine for 14 days, but can be freed from it prematurely with a negative corona test.

Many countries in Europe are also introducing stricter restrictions on public life this Saturday. An overview:

FRANCE: The health emergency came into force again in France on Saturday. In several French cities, including Paris, curfews also apply from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Saturday. Exceptions apply to people who go to work or come home from work. Because of medical emergencies, caring for relatives or to walk the dog, people are also allowed to go outside during curfew. You must then have the relevant form with you. If you want to go to the train station or airport, you have to show the corresponding ticket.

In addition, private celebrations such as weddings in ballrooms or other public places are no longer allowed nationwide. Around 12,000 police officers are to be deployed to monitor the curfews in the metropolises. Those who do not follow the rules have to pay a fine of 135 euros. Several thousand euros can be charged for repeat offenders. Bars are already completely closed in many cities, including Paris.

In France, the health authority reported 30,621 newly recorded infections on Thursday evening. There was a new peak value within a day since the start of the large-scale corona testing in France. The number of deaths rose to 33,125. Around 67 million people live in France.

GREAT BRITAIN: In the British capital London, stricter corona rules will apply from Saturday. In view of the rapidly increasing number of infections, members of different households are no longer allowed to meet indoors. Meetings in pubs or restaurants are also prohibited. Meetings of up to six people are still allowed outdoors.

With the new measures, the capital slips into the second highest level in England’s three-level warning level system. Several London districts had exceeded the threshold of 100 corona cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the past few days. In Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England, however, the numbers are significantly higher and even stricter measures are in place.

POLAND: As of Saturday, more than 150 regions across the country, including the capital Warsaw and several other large cities, will be declared red zones with stricter requirements. Wedding celebrations will be banned there in the future, swimming pools and fitness clubs will be closed. Restaurants are only allowed to be open for guests from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., after this time they can only offer their meals to take away. Schools are moving back to distance learning.

On Saturday, the Ministry of Health reported 9,622 new infections with the virus. That was the highest recorded value on a day since the beginning of the pandemic. On Thursday, the ministry announced that the number of new infections registered daily had exceeded the 8,000 mark for the first time.

CZECH REPUBLIC: In the exhibition halls in Prague, the army starts building a field hospital on Saturday. It is to be kept as a reserve with a capacity of up to 500 beds in case the hospitals become overloaded. The advantage in the approaching winter is that the exhibition halls can be heated. Critics from medical circles noted that the problem is not the number of beds available, but the lack of nursing staff. Far-reaching restrictions came into force in the Czech Republic on Wednesday. Among other things, schools and restaurants were closed. A maximum of six people are allowed to meet both inside and outside. There is a strict ban on alcohol in public.

AUSTRIA: In Austria, the place Kuchl in the Salzburger Land will be quarantined from Saturday due to the new corona infections. With a few exceptions, entry and exit from the community with around 7,000 inhabitants is no longer allowed until November 1, said Salzburg’s regional chief Wilfried Haslauer on Thursday.


Now the government is putting off the citizens with an immoral offer

The vast majority of German citizens willingly accepted the unreasonable demands of Corona. However, with the current travel warnings, politicians are risking people’s support. The latest vacation-with-corona test idea in particular is an absurd farce. .

Holiday in Corona times: do consulates help despite travel warning?

IIn spring 2020, the largest repatriation campaign in the history of the Federal Republic took place: 240,000 Germans were brought back to Germany from abroad due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The federal government made it clear that there shouldn’t be a second time. In emergencies, however, travelers can of course still count on consular help.

But what exactly does this mean for individual travelers who, unlike package tourists, are not taken care of by an operator?

Stranded in Panama because of Corona

First of all, a real case: Ronja Kötzer was stuck in one of the last open hostels in Panama City for seven days in mid-March, five days of which in complete uncertainty. The 23-year-old student from Passau actually wanted to travel to Peru after her internship abroad.

But then came the news of the worried mother, the border closure, armed patrols and the curfew. In the end, it was clear to Kötzer: “I have to go back to Germany.”

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First, Kötzer signed the Federal Foreign Office’s crisis prevention list. Since the site was completely overloaded, it took four days for the registry to work. Meanwhile, the German searched intensively for return flights – most of them had either already been canceled or cost around 2,000 euros.

Then she heard about the return campaign. There should be two planes, the first for high-risk patients and doctors. Finally, on March 27, the embassy received the email: there would be a return flight to Frankfurt in two days.

Consular help even in the event of a travel warning

The example shows: Foreign missions such as embassies and consulates help if there are unrest or disasters in the country of residence. As with Ronja Kötzer, the representation can provide support when you leave the country. And: Germans can register for short-term stays via the Elefand crisis prevention list so that the embassy can contact them in an emergency.

Strand in Panama

If you unintentionally get stuck abroad, you can no longer necessarily enjoy dream beaches like here in Panama

Those: Getty Images / Andrea Comi

Foreign missions often also help travelers in other cases – for example when vacationers have been robbed and therefore have neither money nor passports. Then they issue replacement passports, for example. You can also put in contact with local lawyers, doctors and translators. Financial advance payments are only possible in exceptional cases. All of this applied before Corona and continues to apply.

The Foreign Office (AA) assures that the worldwide network of diplomatic missions is still available “to provide consular support to German citizens in emergencies and to find pragmatic solutions for a return to Germany if necessary”. This applies regardless of the existence of a travel warning.

Vacationers have no general right to help

However, it always applies that the consular help is help for self-help. So you have to try to help yourself or with the support of family and friends first.

A direct right of the individual to the granting of consular help is not regulated in the Consular Act, explains lawyer Vladimir Stamenkovic from Essen. Whether and how consular assistance is provided is at the discretion of the consular officer.

According to the Federal Foreign Office, the type of support depends on the circumstances and possibilities in the individual case. The spectrum ranges from general advice to specific practical support. Financial support is only available under strictly defined conditions.

In principle, the following applies: The German diplomatic missions can generally help, but it depends on the individual case.

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As a rule, however, individual travelers cannot count on support in rebooking their return trip. Here vacationers are left to fend for themselves, says Robert Bartel, legal advisor at the Brandenburg Consumer Center.

Although it is usually more expensive, a flexible ticket can be a solution. This means that you have the option of leaving earlier or later spontaneously, if the circumstances on site or an infection require it. In any case, many airlines are currently offering free rebooking options.

When the Federal Foreign Office warns of a trip

Travel warnings are an urgent appeal by the Federal Foreign Office to refrain from traveling – but not a travel ban. Vacationers decide on their own responsibility whether they should go on a trip or not. The diplomatic mission does not refuse to help just because there is a travel warning.

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Lawyer Stamenkovic emphasizes, however, that there is no entitlement to certain protective measures. The competent authority could even accept significant violations of the rights of a citizen abroad to protect the general public. “This can be justified in particular if a citizen ignores a travel warning and accepts the risk of Sars-Cov-2 infection.”

A travel warning can also have other legal effects: For example, the international travel health insurance usually does not pay. If there is an evacuation, as with Ronja Kötzer, a travel warning can, according to Stamenkovic, influence the amount of the return costs, which the German state interprets beforehand.

Insurance only helps with illness

The German diplomatic mission abroad cannot disregard laws and regulations in the country of travel. If a holidaymaker becomes infected with Corona on site or if there is even a suspicion, the country’s authorities decide which measures are to be taken, as reported by the Federal Foreign Office.

As in Germany, the authorities can order quarantine measures. These must also be followed by travelers. As a rule, it is not possible to return home during this period – and the federal government cannot bring back infected people.

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A travel health insurance abroad reimburses the costs of medical treatment abroad in the case of Corona and pays for the return transport to Germany – unless there is a clause in the contract that excludes pandemics. That’s it!

The insurance does not apply to travel restrictions and travel warnings. A travel interruption insurance does not cover costs if there are suddenly official restrictions on site. And travel insurers generally do not reimburse the costs of a repatriation to Germany organized by the state.

Ronja Kötzer is also still waiting for the bill for the return flight from Panama. “My originally planned return flight from Peru would have cost 280 euros,” says the student. She now reckons with significantly higher costs of several hundred euros. Communication was often difficult and there was great uncertainty, she said. “But in the end everything worked out.”

Federal Foreign Office prepares invoices for return campaign

Travelers who were brought back to Germany by the Foreign Office during the Corona crisis should soon receive their bills. According to the Consular Act, those affected should share in the costs of the charter flights, as the Foreign Office explained.


Corona alarm in Europe – soon in Germany too?

The number of infections has been increasing in France and Spain for weeks. Although the corona rules are sometimes even stricter there than in Germany, the situation is much more tense. Why is that?

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It could have been so nice: After the exit restrictions came to an end, the travel time began. Off to Mallorca or the Côte d’Azur. But then the federal government issued one travel warning after another for regions in Spain and France – in Spain it now applies to the entire country. The new corona infections skyrocketed in both countries. In Germany, too, the number of new cases is increasing, but things seem to be going much better than in France and Spain. How can that be?

Small details help determine the course of the pandemic

Christian Drosten takes a close look at developments in other EU countries. In Germany you have to be clear that “if we superimpose the curves, we are lagging a little behind Spain, France and England,” said Drosten, head of virology at the Charité, the German press agency in Berlin. He emphasized “that we shouldn’t pretend that things are developing very differently for us. We don’t do very many things very differently now either.”

“There are a few details that may be different here than in southern Europe. Our households are often smaller, we have more one-person households,” says Drosten. There are fewer multi-generation families in which the virus is spread very easily beyond the age limits. “Those are certainly differences. But otherwise Germany is not much different from these European neighbors. That is why we have to be very careful and watch very closely what happens now.”

Fiesta instead of siesta: social customs contribute to the spread

The Spaniards have been puzzling and discussing for weeks: Why have the country and especially its capital Madrid become epicentres of the pandemic in Europe again after the successful fight against Corona? Including post-reported cases, there have been 10,000 or more new infections every day across the country for weeks.

Thereby, precautionary measures apply that are more drastic than anywhere else in Europe. For example, the strict mask requirement also outdoors, which is observed by practically everyone. One hardly sees “refusers”. So why The authorities have some answers that explain part of the malaise. Much more is being tested, which is why there are more positive results, they say. In addition, there is greater mobility than at the end of the exit restrictions.

More tests, more freedom – but that also applies to other countries. It is different: the fiesta. The sociable and party-mad Spaniards have become “more careless”, especially at private meetings and when visiting bars, restaurants and nightspots, said many experts and also Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez unanimously. “Our social customs and habits play a decisive role in the spread of the virus,” wrote the newspaper “La Vanguardia”.

Barcelona: Strict rules also apply in the Spanish coastal metropolis. But the sociable Spaniards are becoming more careless about private meetings. (Source: ZUMA Wire / imago images)

Too much fiesta, too little siesta, thinks the respected Spanish genetic researcher Salvador Macip from the University of Leicester in England. Especially in summer, the Spaniards are more programmed than other people to come together and “socialize a lot”. But the authorities in Spain also made mistakes. The system for tracking infection chains has long suffered from a lack of staff. New restrictions on freedom of movement were often decided too late in hotspots.

The situation in France is serious: intensive care beds are scarce in the south

In France one looks a little confused at Germany, where things seem to be going so much better again. In the neighboring country to the west, the number of new corona infections every day has already cracked the 10,000 mark, as in Spain. For comparison: In Germany the number reached its highest level since April in mid-September, but at 2,000 it was still well below the values ​​in other EU countries.

In cities like Marseille, Bordeaux or Paris, the situation is particularly serious. However, France is also testing significantly more than in the spring. The number of corona deaths is not increasing massively, the occupancy of the hospitals is viewed with concern – but overall, at least nationwide, it is still at a very low level. In the south, however, intensive care beds are becoming scarce.

Marseille: France is now testing significantly more than in the spring.  The daily new infections are over 10,000.  (Source: imago images / ZUMA Wire)Marseille: France is now testing significantly more than in the spring. The daily new infections are over 10,000. (Source: ZUMA Wire / imago images)

The physician and former health director William Dab criticized in the “Journal de Dimanche” that Prime Minister Jean Castex had recently announced no really strong measures, but only adjustments. Castex wants to reconcile life with the virus and business and school life. France’s strategy is still not clearly defined – if the centralized state was still clearly in focus in the spring and the same strict exit restrictions were imposed on everyone, the government is now making the regions responsible.

The authorities in Bordeaux, Marseille and Nice recently announced stricter measures at the request of the government – specifically, for example, restrictions on alcohol consumption in public places. Nice and Lyon are up next. In general, the rules are sometimes stricter in France than in Germany – in many cities, as in Spain, a mask requirement applies outdoors. In addition, the mask is mandatory at work. But things are also much more relaxed.

France’s Corona app “ridiculous flop”

France tests returnees less extensively than Germany – a quarantine and test obligation only applies to a few selected countries. There is also a lack of follow-up. The “StopCovid” corona tracking app is – it has to be said so clearly – a flop. It has been downloaded more than two million times and has been viewed less than 200 times, which is even officially described as “ridiculous”. In restaurants and bars there are no forms to identify contact cases.

Similar to Spain, young people in particular become infected with the virus. Here, too, it is assumed that there is too much partying. The French media also note that the minimum distance in France is one meter – not 1.50 meters as in Germany. And the greeting actually includes the bise – that is, kisses. Even if the French make an effort: it is difficult to leave out the famous kiss.


These are the risk areas in Europe

Due to the increasing number of cases in the corona pandemic, the Robert Koch Institute classifies several places and cities as risk areas. If you still travel there, you have to pay for the test yourself when you return.

Due to the increased number of new corona infections, the German federal government has declared several areas to be risk areas and issued a corresponding travel warning. The federally owned Robert Koch Institute (RKI) published an updated list of corona risk areas on Wednesday, in which Vienna is now also listed as the only risk area in Austria. “Due to the high number of infections, there are currently warnings against unnecessary, tourist trips to the federal state of Vienna,” said the Foreign Office in Berlin.

For German vacationers, returning from an area with a travel warning means a mandatory corona test and quarantine at home until a negative test result is available.

A travel warning is not a ban, but is intended to have a significant deterrent effect. However, it also has a positive side for consumers: it enables travelers to cancel package tour bookings free of charge.

The following new travel warnings apply:

France: The travel warning was extended to the Hauts-de-France region in the far north of the French Republic and the overseas territory of La Réunion. The regions of Île-de-France with the capital Paris, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Occitanie, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, the Mediterranean island of Corsica and other overseas regions were previously considered risk areas

Netherlands: Travel warning for the provinces of North and South Holland.

Switzerland: Extension of the travel warning to the canton of Friborg. This previously applied to the cantons of Geneva and Vaud.

Croatia: Extension of the travel warning to the counties Brod-Posavina and Virovitica-Podravina, after five other regions were already considered to be risk areas.

Czech Republic: A travel warning now also applies to the Central Bohemian region around the capital Prague, which has been a risk area for around a week.

Hungary: Travel warning for the capital Budapest.

Also for other regions in Romania Travel warnings were issued and warnings against traveling to two regions were lifted.


Canaries fear for their tourism

For a long time, the Canaries were largely spared from the corona virus – now the Atlantic islands that belong to Spain have to fear for their special position and their tourism industry.

Like all of Spain – including the Balearic Islands including the “Ballermann” – the Canary Islands, as the only exception so far, could now also be put on the “black list” of risk areas by Germany. With 338 cases within 24 hours, the regional health authorities in Las Palmas reported a new record of new infections on Thursday evening.

The central criterion for the German classification as a risk area is in which countries or regions there have been more than 50 newly infected people per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days. In the Canaries there are already 79.69.

The islands off the west coast of Africa are now in a worse position than many Spanish areas, for which the Foreign Office’s travel warning has been in effect since mid-August. These include the city of Valencia (52.10), which is also heavily dependent on tourism, and the Andalusia region (47.85). In the Balearic Islands with the Germans’ favorite island, Mallorca, the number is 79.52. For all of Spain, the Ministry of Health in Madrid gave this value on Friday as more than 58 for the past seven days.

What vacationers need to know now

Traveling to the Canary Islands could become even more complicated for vacationers. So far, travelers returning from risk areas have been able to take a free corona test in Germany. According to the decision of the federal and state health ministers on Thursday, that should change soon. It is planned that the quarantine regulation should apply again. That means: those affected have to report to the health department and go into quarantine. In contrast to the current regulation, however, this should only be allowed to leave if a negative result is presented with a test carried out at the earliest five days after entry.

This regulation should apply from October 1st if possible. At individual airports such as Frankfurt, however, the free tests will also be offered afterwards. A spokeswoman for the DRK test center there said that the state of Hesse had commissioned the company to offer free tests for those returning from trips to Frankfurt Airport from risk areas.

What consequences would a German travel warning have

In the Canary Islands, there are already fears of a possible German travel warning and the obligation to quarantine. A TV commentator warned that this could “give the badly ailing tourism industry, which accounts for around 35 percent of regional income”. Because despite the special position, “desolation” and “despair” already prevail on the islands, wrote the newspaper “El Día” on Friday and showed photos of empty streets and pubs.

Because of the emergency, Canarian Regional President Ángel Víctor Torres appeared in the evening, visibly concerned, in front of the press and announced new restrictions that he called “drastic”. On the particularly hard-hit islands of Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, events with more than ten participants are banned from Saturday and initially for two weeks. Restaurants and pubs will close at midnight. In the entire region, masks will also have to be worn at work. The police will have more officers to ensure that the regulations are complied with, Torres warned the 2.15 million residents of his region.

Hope for rebooking Mallorca vacationers not fulfilled

“We never thought that things would get worse here,” said Mauro, who runs a restaurant in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, of the German press agency. The hope that many German Mallorca fans would rebook for the Canaries after the “disqualification” of the Mediterranean island by the Foreign Office had not been fulfilled in the past two weeks. “It’s already dead in here,” complains Mauro.

Although the Canary Islands have been the only region in Spain for which no travel warning has been issued in Berlin since mid-August, only relatively few Germans have recently started a trip to Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote or any other part of the archipelago. “The offer on the Canary Islands probably doesn’t appeal to the typical Mallorca tourist,” said the newspaper “El Diario” these days, disappointed.

With 2.65 million visitors last year, Germany is the second largest market of origin for the Canaries after Great Britain (around 5 million) and ahead of Spain (around 2 million). London had ordered a quarantine for all returnees from Spain on July 26th. That was a very hard blow, especially for the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands, both of which receive a particularly large number of British people and where tourism is the main source of income as nowhere else in Spain.

Hardly any reserves left

How bad the situation is in the Canary Islands is already proven by the official figures for July, although the infection situation in the previous month was much better than the current one: the number of British visitors fell by over 80 percent from 450,000 to under 75,000 compared to the same month last year. The number of visitors from Germany meanwhile fell from a good 190,000 to less than 80,000.

There are no longer many reserves to hold out. In the first half of the year, the Canary Islands’ economy collapsed by a good 36 percent compared to the same period last year. In these six months, more than 1,200 companies shut down mainly because of Corona.


Travel warning: Foreign Office warns against these 160 countries – list

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Foreign Office extends travel warning for these 160 countries

Because of Corona, trips are under special circumstances. We therefore advise against traveling to a total of 160 countries outside the EU.

Spahn: Concentrate on risk groups again for corona tests

Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn (CDU) justified the end of compulsory corona tests with a decreasing risk of infection by returnees. Now more risk groups such as doctors or those in need of care are to be tested again.

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  • Fearing rising corona numbers, the government has extended the travel warning for 160 countries outside the EU
  • It is now valid until at least September 14th – so far, returnees have to be tested and in quarantine until the result
  • We show which third countries are involved – sorted by continent
  • Parts of Europe are also affected by a travel warning due to rising corona numbers

The number of corona cases is increasing in Germany and other countries. This is why this explained Foreign Office For example, parts of Spain, Croatia and Romania become risk areas.

Against this background, the federal government now also has the Travel warning for third countries – i.e. countries that are not members of the EU or associated with the Schengen area – extended by two weeks. 160 states are affected by the extension, which was previously limited to the end of August.

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One Cabinet decision According to Wednesday, the extended travel warning should apply until September 14th. A spokeswoman for the Federal Foreign Office said: “The situation will not relax sufficiently until mid-September to be able to lift the worldwide travel warning.” Read here:
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Travel warning extended for 160 countries: List of third country risk areas

The extended one applies to the following countries and regions Travel warning from the Federal Foreign Office:


  • Egypt
  • Algeria
  • Angola
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Ethiopia
  • Benin
  • Botswana
  • Burkina Faso
  • Burundi
  • Cape Verde
  • Ivory Coast
  • Djibouti
  • Eritrea
  • Swasiland / Swatini
  • Gabon
  • Gambia
  • Ghana
  • Guinea
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • Cameroon
  • Kenya
  • Comoros
  • Congo
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Libya
  • Madagascar
  • Malawi
  • Mali
  • Morocco
  • Mauritius
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • Niger
  • Nigeria
  • Rwanda
  • Zambia
  • Sao Tome and Principe
  • Senegal
  • Seychelles
  • Sierra Leone
  • Zimbabwe
  • Somalia
  • South Africa
  • Tanzania
  • Togo
  • Chad
  • Tunisia
  • Uganda
  • Central African Republic


  • Afghanistan
  • Bahrain
  • Bangladesh
  • Bhutan
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • China
  • Hongkong
  • If
  • Indonesia
  • Iraq
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Japan
  • Yemen
  • Jordan
  • Cambodia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Qatar
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Korea
  • Kuwait
  • Laos
  • Lebanon
  • Macau
  • Malaysia
  • Maldives
  • Mongolia
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal
  • Oman
  • East Timor
  • Pakistan
  • Palestinian territories
  • Philippines
  • Russia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Singapore
  • Sri Lanka
  • Sudan
  • South Sudan
  • Syria
  • Tajikistan
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand
  • Turkmenistan
  • Turkey (with the exception of the provinces of Aydin, Izmir and Mugla and Antalya)
  • Uzbekistan
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Vietnam


  • Australia
  • Cook Islands
  • Fiji
  • Kiribati
  • Mauritania
  • Micronesia
  • Nauru
  • New Zealand
  • Palau
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Solomon Islands
  • Samoa
  • Tonga
  • Tuvalu
  • vanuatu


  • Albania
  • Andorra
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belgium (only applies to the capital Brussels and the province of Antwerp)
  • Belarus
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria (only applies to the Blagoevgrad and Dobrich administrative districts)
  • France (only applies to the Île-de-France and Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur regions)
  • Georgia
  • Croatia (only applies to Šibenik-Knin and Split-Dalmatia)
  • Kosovo
  • Montenegro
  • Republic of Moldova
  • Northern Macedonia
  • Romania (gilt nur für die Kreise Argeș, Bacău, Bihor, Brăila, Brașov, Buzău, Dâmbovița, Galați, Gorj, Ilfov, Neamt, Prahova, Vâlcea, Vaslui und Vrancea sowie die Hauptstadt Bukarest)
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • Spain (with the exception of the Canary Islands)
  • Turkey (with the exception of the provinces of Aydin, Izmir and Mugla and Antalya)
  • Ukraine

North and Central America:

  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Belize
  • Costa Rica
  • Dominica
  • Dominican Republic
  • The Savior
  • Grenada
  • Guatemala
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Jamaica
  • Canada
  • Because
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Peru
  • St. Kitts and Nevis
  • St. Lucia
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • USA

South America:

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Ecuador
  • Guyana
  • Colombia
  • Paraguay
  • Suriname
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela

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