This special edition of our travel magazine shows how tourism in Germany is being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. What is allowed, and what isn't? We take a look at Berlin, Heidelberg, and Warnemünde.
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Border closures have crept back in, this time in northern Germany, amid concerns over new COVID-19 variants. Denmark said it was responding to a cluster in Flensburg near the border.
In Germany, the first people to be vaccinated are the elderly living in care facilities, but people with severe disabilities who do not live in group homes have been forced to wait. A new regulation might change that.
Germany is trying to keep variants from spreading into the country via its neighbors. The limitations have prompted a warning from the auto industry and projections of delays for cross-border workers.
Should those who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus be granted free travel or access to restaurants and cinemas? A debate on these issues is raging in Germany, with its ethics council weighing in.
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