As of Wednesday, June 9, the European Union and almost all countries in the Schengen area will have a symbol in red or orange.
Only parts of Europe escape, such as Greenland and the Faroe Islands (Denmark), Molise (Italy), many Finnish regions (Holland, western Finland, eastern and southern Finland), and the sub-Carpathian and Lupus regions in Poland. , Northeast and Southwest Romania and San Marino. Malta and Iceland were and are already in Gold Green.
Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Monaco and the Vatican were found to be completely orange in the color coding update. As recently as last week, it only covered a few parts of these countries.
For countries outside the EU and the Schengen area, not much has changed: the red code is generalized everywhere in the index green except Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, Israel and South Korea. The code is orange (although it will turn red on June 9).
All practical information on overseas travel is available at www.info-coronavirus.be, and a list of color codes for each country is available at www.info-coronavirus.be/fr/code-color-par -country /.
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