Germany And France Are Ready To Re-Opening Borders

Germany And France Are Ready To Re-Opening Borders

20/06/2020 0 By M Zaman

France and Germany are the latest countries to re-opening borders long after Covid-19.

According to The Guardian, France and Germany are the major tourism holiday destinations among holidaymakers from across the globe.

Since, Covid-19 or Coronavirus has hit other European nations. Both countries had to close borders as a safety measure.

When France And Germany Will Re-opening Borders?

While, you are considering to visit France And Germany during summer 2020. There are useful information you need to know.

France

Louvre Museum in Paris, France

Louvre Museum in Paris, France (Image: Pixabay)

France to open its Schengen borders during June and for non-EU borders will open from 1 July. French president Emmanuelle Macron insists.

He added “This challenge has also revealed weaknesses, fragilities, our dependence on other continents to procure certain products, our cumbersome organisation, our social and territorial inequalities,”

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President furthermore added “I would like us to learn all the lessons from what we have been through.”

Germany

Neuschwanstein castle in Germany

Neuschwanstein castle in Germany (Image: Pixabay)

Germany opened its borders for fellow European travellers. The country helped to fly 240,000 people home as the pandemic Covid-19 pandemic crisis grew.

But, Germany warned its citizens to travel for their pre-planned holidays carefully.

“My appeal to all those who travel: enjoy your summer vacation but enjoy it with caution and responsibility,” said the foreign minister, Heiko Maas.

“Over the summer holidays, we want to make it as difficult as possible for the virus to spread again in Europe.”

Spanish government has re-opened its borders for German tourists from June, 2020. German tourists are considering to travel in Balearic islands.

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Meanwhile, Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, announced his country will reopen its borders to visitors from the EU and the Schengen area from Sunday 21 June.

At the request of the Portuguese government, the land border with Spain will not open until July 1, 2020 when Spain will open its border to travellers from other countries.

Sánchez also called for caution in his televised address. “As you know, the threat of the pandemic remains present,” he said.

He also added “The pandemic isn’t over – a quick look at what’s happening right now in North America and South America show us that it isn’t.”

In Europe Greece and Iceland are ready to welcome British tourists.

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