GERMANY is the latest country to announce it has relaxed its Covid restrictions.
The European holiday destination is easing its internal Covid rules, making it easier for residents and tourists to access services.
Previously, anyone who tried to enter a bar, restaurant, café, museum, shopping centre or cinema needed to show either proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a negative Covid test.
But, according to local media, that rule has been lifted, so people can freely enter venues and access services without needing to do any Covid-related admin.
Covid certificates are still required in healthcare facilities.
This will come as a boost to Brits who plan on visiting Germany over the Easter holidays.
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However, Germany has not changed its strict Covid entry requirements which say only vaccinated people can enter for tourism purposes.
Unvaccinated Brits aged 12 and over may only enter Germany if they are a relative of a German citizen or have an urgent need to travel.
Vaccinated Brits can enter by showing proof of vaccination.
Children under five are exempt from any Covid rules, and children aged between six and 11 may enter if they are accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent.
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In other Covid travel news, there was a huge boost to Brits heading on Spanish holidays after the popular tourist destination announced it is permitting entry from unvaccinated travellers.
As of today, unvaccinated Brits can visit Spain by showing proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to travelling, or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to travelling.
Alternatively, unvaccinated Brits can enter Spain by showing proof of recovery from Covid.
Malta is relaxing its Covid rules next week, just in time for the Easter holidays.
Currently, unvaccinated travellers must show proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before arrival, and quarantine for 14 days at an officially designated quarantine hotel.
But from April 11, unvaccinated arrivals coming from a country on Malta's red list – which includes the UK – will no longer need to quarantine, and can enter with just a negative Covid test.
Greece has extended the validity of its Covid vaccine certificates, making it easier for Brits to visit.
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Poland and Sweden have scrapped all their Covid restrictions so Brits no longer need to show any proof of vaccination, proof of a negative Covid test, or quarantine on arrival.
And France has finally reopened to unvaccinated Brits after it put the UK on its green list.
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