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Vacation despite Corona: These rules apply to Whitsun in Denmark, Austria and Co.

Many Germans long for a vacation. Whitsun would actually be the perfect time to travel to Europe. Which rules apply in Denmark, Austria and Co.?

Hamburg – The corona rules in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg are among the strictest in all of Germany. So it's no wonder that people are longing for a vacation abroad more and more. Far from Peter Tschentscher's tough lockdown *. But is that even possible? Which rules apply in neighboring countries? Denmark in particular is very popular with hamburgers. But because of the corona pandemic, the border has been closed to vacationers for months. Until now.

Vaccinated and convalescent people are now allowed to travel to the country with the Baltic and North Sea. People without a vaccination or survived infection are only allowed to enter the country if they have a valid reason. In addition, Germany continues to classify Denmark as a risk area and warns against entry. What about the Netherlands and Austria? You can find out here whether you are allowed to spend your Whitsun leave in these neighboring countries and which rules apply to Denmark *. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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