US deportation ban expires, Germany tightens travel restrictions

US deportation ban expires, Germany tightens travel restrictions

Selection of developments around the corona abroad:

  • In United States The eviction ban, introduced in September to protect Americans from the financial consequences of the Corona crisis, ends today. The White House appears to be in favor of extending the eviction ban, but the deadline is approaching to reach a consensus on the extension. Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives, has promised to look into the matter soon. Millions of people are at risk of becoming homeless this month as the embargo ends. According to the American media. The Corona crisis has led to a large number of layoffs in the United States, meaning millions of Americans are now struggling with rent arrears.
  • In United Kingdom Campaigns are being launched to persuade young people to get vaccinated. For example, Prime Minister Boris Johnson works on discounts on taxi rides and food deliveries for vaccinated consumers. The government is reportedly in talks with Uber and Deliveroo. The British media broke the news From which Defender.

    The British government is pushing to increase vaccination rates among young people because of loose measures in the country, with critics claiming they are irresponsible. Vaccination rates should also be increased with a view to reopening schools, universities and offices after the summer. According to the latest statistics, 60 percent of British youth between the ages of 18 and 25 have at least one corona jab.

  • As of today, all passengers over the age of 12 are required Germany Must sign in, show vaccination or immunization certificate. The measure already applies to people who arrived in the country by plane, but has now been extended to all travelers. The people of the Netherlands had to comply with the regulations for some time because the Netherlands was considered a high-risk area by Germany. Tightening mainly affects Germans returning home. Violators will be fined up to 25,000 euros.

This article is part of our live blog: In the United States, the ban on leaving home due to corona infection expires

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