Germany on Wednesday declared Győr-Moson-Sopron county, in northwest Hungary, a high-risk region due to the spread of the novel coronavirus there.
Travellers from high-risk regions into Germany are required to self-quarantine and notify the authorities, and submit to a coronavirus test within 72 hours after arrival. The public health authority may lift the quarantine if the test result is negative.
After Budapest, Győr-Moson-Sopron is the second Hungarian region to be declared high-risk by Germany.
Germany updated its list of high-risk areas late on Wednesday. Among others, nearly the whole of the Czech Republic and Kovászna (Covasna) county in central Romania were included in the list.
Featured photo illustration by MTI/EPA