Germany advises against international travel until at least June 14

Germany is counseling against all worldwide journeys until a minimum of June 14, the nation’s foreign minister Heiko Maas announced Wednesday.

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The empty place between terminals i spictured at the “Franz-Josef-Strauss” airport in Munich, southern Germany, on April 28, 2020, as public life across the world has been limited in measures to combat the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP) (Photo by CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP via Getty Images)

Maas told reporters the nation “couldn’t advise travel without worries” which Germany is coordinating using its European neighbouring countries around the global travel warning.

“Hopefully we does not need to extend the travel warning past the 14 June, however we can’t get this to judgement now over time,” he added.”

Maas issued Germany’s official warning against tourist travel all over the world on March 17.

The foreign minister stated Germany had repatriated 240,000 vacationers from around the globe to Germany within the last four days, adding: ”We will not be running another one of these simple (repatriations) this summer time.”