Europe is disunited in its refugee policies and more countries are sealing themselves off. Now Denmark has tightened its policy on refugees and re-established checks on its border to Germany.
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The European Commission has raised doubts about the proportionality of Germany's border checks to counter the risk of the spread of coronavirus variants.
Warnings urging against "non-essential travel" to dozens of non-EU countries have been extended until August 31. Within Europe, Germany will lift its border controls on June 15, allowing travelers once again to enter.
As it eases coronavirus restrictions, Germany is to fully open three of its borders on June 15. However, other countries will have to wait. Here's what you need to know about German border reopenings.
Germany has imposed border controls to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. But how do the restrictions affect travelers en route to Germany? DW explains who is allowed to enter the country — and who isn't.
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