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Omikron, Connectivity Restrictions, Increasing Occurrence Numbers: What Is Really Possible in 2022? We have summarized the Corona rules for the most popular travel areas.

In the Rhineland-Palatinate, the winter holidays begin on Monday, February 21. Residents of the Rhineland-Palatinate enjoy eleven days of vacation due to the weekends, the adjoining Rose Monday and Shroud Tuesday.

Many holiday countries are currently considered high-risk areas. The German Foreign Office advises against tourist travel to these areas, but there is no travel ban.

Anyone who spontaneously decides to go on a ski vacation, for example, will have to plan with great flexibility. The current Dark Aura mode ensures that the rules of the Corona are constantly changing – especially in the ski areas. We have summarized the different rules (Carrier: 10.1.22):

Corona protection

in a Rhineland-Palatinate Currently for example on Arbeskov Planned over the entire area according to the 2G rule (vaccinated or restored). In addition, visitors must register online in advance.

in a Baden-Württemberg The 2G plus rule applies. Therefore, cable cars are only open to vaccinated and convalescent people who can show a negative test result. However, people with booster vaccinations, for example, are excluded.

in a Bayern In contrast, vaccinated and currently displaced persons do not need additional rapid testing. However, the systems may only be used for a quarter. For accidents over 1,000, stricter regulations apply – sports facilities there must be closed – or they may not open at all.

in a North Rhine-Westphalia Applicable in the ski area Winterberg Currently 2G is everywhere, except for children and young people up to the age of 15.

In principle, in Germany Mask requirements and distance requirements in all lifts.

unvaccinated application in Austria Exit restrictions continue throughout the day. Only hotels and restaurants are allowed to receive guests according to the 2G rule. Après-ski bars will remain closed until further notice.

In addition, Austria has significantly tightened admission requirements. Passengers fully vaccinated and recovered You must have one PCR test (maximum 72 hours) or booster vaccination can prove. This does not apply to children under 12 years of age traveling with an adult.

Returnees from Austria do not need to fill out a digital entry registration and do not currently have to be in quarantine.

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in a Austria The 2G rule applies to lifts and cable cars – that is, fortified or restored. Children up to 12 years old are excluded.

In gondolas, elevator entrances, and wheelchair lifts, the use of an FFP2 mask is currently required from the age of 15 years. Mouth and nose protection is sufficient for children aged 7 to 14 years.

The State Department has a Switzerland A travel warning has been issued. The country is considered a high-risk area. Must before entering Entry form Complete. in a Switzerland Requires all entrants Negative test (PCR test, max. 72 hours, or rapid antigen test, max. 24 hours). People who are not immunized must also show another negative test four to seven days later. No evidence required under the age of 16. Who is Not under 2G base Falls, another corona test must be taken between the fourth and seventh day of leave. Entrants from Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg You do not need to take a test or fill out a registration form.

The mask must be worn on all enclosed mountain railways, cable cars, ski lifts, and moving lifts, as well as in closed station buildings and waiting areas. Only people over 16 who visit a restaurant need proof of 2G in ski areas in Switzerland. In the ski area Samnaun And Federser Heuberg The 2G rule applies everywhere.

Italia It has been a high-risk area since January 1. The country has stricter entry regulations: vaccinators and convalescents also need one negative crown test. unvaccinated You must test Five days in quarantine.
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In ski areas with open ski lifts and chairs, lift tickets can be purchased without taking a test. for the other The 3G rule applies to cable carsl – Everyone 12 years of age or older should get a vaccination, cure, or test. The 3G rule also applies to trains and hotels. in a Restaurants And huts apply 2G.

In addition, a margin of safety and a mask is required from the age of six. With numbers increasing in Italy, current regulations should be checked before arriving.

France It has been classified as a high risk area. The travel warning from the German Foreign Office applies. in a France Winter sports enthusiasts must own one Vaccination, cure or negative test Proof. a input form Important. In cable cars and queues, a mask is required from the age of 11.

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Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura And Lanzarote Classified as a high risk area. A travel warning applies.

before taking off on Canary Islands A digital health form must be filled in for entry. Generated QR Code It must be presented upon arrival. She was vaccinated and convalescing need to enter There is no test. People who are not immunized need either a PCR test (maximum 72 hours) or a rapid antigen test (maximum 48 hours). even with Return journey People who are not immunized should submit a PCR test or a rapid antigen test (both tests for a maximum of 48 hours).

It is not allowed to drink alcohol on the street. In addition, there is a ban on the sale of alcohol from 10 p.m. in retail. In addition, smoking is strictly prohibited while walking.

employment Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura The current alert level is in red. This means that a maximum of six people who do not live together are allowed to meet in public and private spaces. 3G rule applies in restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs. Only groups of up to six people are allowed on the beaches.


2G and 3G rules, Corona numbers and everything related to vaccination: you can find the most important developments related to the Coronavirus in Rhineland-Palatinate here on our live blog.

Easter and summer holidays

If you’ve given up on winter vacation, but want to go away during the Easter or summer break, it’s best to take care of planning earlier this year rather than later.

The most popular destination for April and May is TurkeyEspecially the Turkish southern coast. Turkey is currently classified as a high-risk area. All air travelers over the age of twelve must fill out an electronic form from the Turkish Ministry of Health within 72 hours prior to travel. to vaccinate people be valid No more restrictions upon entry. Unvaccinated travelers need a negative PCR test (no more than 72 hours) or a negative antigen test (no more than 48 hours).

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Spain It is considered a high-risk area, and there is a travel warning from the German Foreign Office. employment Mallorca, As on the Spanish mainland, the following rules apply: Before departure, a digital health model Complete. Vaccinate and recover people ought to There is no test Present to enter. People who are not immunized need a PCR test (maximum 72 hours) or a rapid antigen test (maximum 48 hours).

Greece is a high-risk area, and there is a travel warning from the German Foreign Office. Who loves beautiful beaches Greece Must show negative PCR test (maximum 72 hours) or rapid test (no more than 24 hours old) prior to departure. This applies to all passengers aged five and overRegardless of whether they were vaccinated or not. The regulation is initially valid until January 24. In the country of just under eleven million people, 35,000 new infections are currently registered every day.

Jennifer Kaiser of the Consumer Center in Rhineland-Palatinate advises taking a closer look at the coverage being offered in the case of Corona. „In general, group trips are especially recommended for 2022. As a rule, vacationers are better protected here. And some of them are offered with free cancellation and insurance against Corona.”

Almost all service providers are currently promoting special cancellation options – the so-called „flexible tariffs”, with which flights can be canceled or rebooked until shortly before the start of the holiday. It is important – and also recommended by the Consumer Advice Center – to look very carefully at lowercase letters. How long is the cancellation valid? Are there any additional hidden costs? In the case of group trips, the following applies in any case: Cancellation is possible if the Federal Foreign Office issues travel warnings for the holiday country.

Another option is travel cancellation insurance. This can be a good protection for families with young children or the elderly who test positive for COVID-19. However, the small version also has to be scanned neatly here.

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USA: Biden defends record after first year in office



Status: 01/19/2022 11:27 PM

US President Biden has been in the White House for a year – time for a temporary assessment. While his popularity ratings have fallen dramatically in recent months, Biden sees „tremendous progress.”

A year after taking office, US President Joe Biden defended his administration’s record against criticism. At a press conference at the White House, Biden spoke of a year of challenges, but also of „tremendous progress.”

Among other things, the US president noted an increase in vaccination rates since taking office a year ago. Regarding the omicron variant of the coronavirus, which is spreading rapidly in the United States, he said there is no need to panic. The pandemic is now on a different level.

Biden also noted economic successes. Six million new jobs were created during his reign. Unemployment and poverty decreased while wages increased.

Biden is approved

Biden’s acceptance rates have fallen dramatically, according to polls, only 42 percent of Americans are satisfied with his work. „I know there is a lot of frustration in the country,” he said. Biden is under pressure, among other things, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which his administration has suffered setbacks against in combating it. While the unemployment rate has fallen near pre-pandemic levels, inflation is a concern, with US consumer prices rising at their highest rate in 40 years.

In terms of foreign policy, the disaster surrounding the US withdrawal from Afghanistan has hurt the president. Biden also failed to deliver on several key promises. So far, he has failed in Congress with plans for electoral law reform and a legislative package for social and climate protections – even though Democrats have narrow majorities in both the House and Senate. In congressional elections in November, Republicans can regain a majority in both houses.

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Democrat Biden took over the presidency from Republican Donald Trump on January 20, 2021. To this day, Trump sees himself denied victory by electoral fraud without any evidence, and has never conceded his defeat. The Trump camp failed with dozens of lawsuits against the outcome.

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Ukraine conflict: US makes serious allegations against Russia



US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken once again made serious accusations against Russia in the Ukraine conflict. „Moscow has systematically tried to weaken Ukrainian democratic institutions and divide Ukrainian society,” Blinkin said after meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and his colleague Dmytro Kuleba. Blinken said Russia currently has about 100,000 troops on the Ukrainian border. He warned that this number could double in a relatively short period of time.

Blinken stressed that his visit aims to show „unwavering US support” for Ukraine. Ukrainian democracy, which is its fundamental right to exist as an independent and sovereign state, is facing an unprecedented challenge from Russia. „We have made it clear that we prefer the diplomatic path to defuse the conflict with Russia. This is the responsible path,” Blinken emphasized. Addressing Ukraine, he said: „Don’t let Moscow divide you!”

Amid high tensions in the Ukraine conflict, Blinken arrived in Kiev on Wednesday morning for talks. The US secretary of state is then scheduled to travel to Berlin for talks on the conflict scheduled for Thursday. Blinken also wants to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov for talks in Geneva on Friday. According to American information, he wants to urge the Russian government to take immediate steps to calm the situation on the Russian-Ukrainian border. Despite all diplomatic efforts, Russia has so far sought to reverse the de-escalation. Putin can attack Ukraine anytime and anywhere. (19.01.2022)

The British warn that the war could kill tens of thousands

Britain issued stern warnings to Russia about a war on Ukraine. James Hebei, the British Foreign Secretary at the British Ministry of Defense, told Radio Times that the first digital war between two advancing militaries in Europe in generations may be just weeks away. „This is not something that Moscow should consider bloodless. This is not something the rest of the world should stand by and ignore,” Hebe said. Tens of thousands of people could die.

Hebei said it was right to exhaust all diplomatic avenues. The conservative politician stressed: „I only hope that now that we are on the edge of the abyss, the people of Moscow will begin to consider that thousands will die. And this is something no one should feel comfortable with.” At the same time, he stressed, it was „not entirely realistic” for British soldiers to fight against Russian forces.

Earlier, Great Britain announced that it would supply Ukraine with light anti-tank weapons. A small number of British military personnel will train the Ukrainian army in the use of weapons. Ukrainian Ambassador to Britain Vadim Prystaiko welcomed the arms shipments. He told the BBC that it would make a difference on the battlefield. Nor is there a solution to how the weapons will reach Ukraine. „We are facing the largest army in Europe and we are alone,” Pristico told the BBC, adding that the advantage of the Russians and their allies had been overwhelming.

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Moscow has been highly critical of the arms deliveries. „This is very dangerous and does not help ease tensions,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted by Interfax as saying on Tuesday. Moscow is concerned that neighboring Ukraine is being supplied by more and more arms suppliers. Often these are not just defensive weapons. (19.01.2022)

Ukraine wants warships and air defense systems from Germany

The Ukrainian government did not surrender even after the German government clearly refused to hand over the weapons. She named specific weapon systems that she hoped Germany would have: warships and air defense systems. The Ukrainian ambassador in Berlin, Andrei Melnik, told dpa that the arms shipments are necessary to raise the costs of the Russian invasion and to dissuade President Vladimir Putin „off his insane course”.

Ukraine has been asking Germany for weapons for years so that it can defend itself against a possible Russian attack – so far to no avail. „The German federal government has pursued a similar strategy on this issue for many years. This includes not exporting lethal weapons,” says Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Foreign Minister Annalina Barbuk (the Greens) also rejected the request during her visit to Kiev on Monday.

But in the Traffic Lights Coalition, there are initial doubts about this position. The chair of the Defense Committee, Marie Agnes Strack Zimmermann, called in the Bild newspaper to at least consider providing the federal government with defensive weapons.

The reference to German history, which forbids the handover of weapons, is sparking outrage in Ukraine. „The fact that the question of historical responsibility is also used in Berlin as an argument for refusing military assistance is astonishing,” Ambassador Melnik said. „This responsibility must be passed on to the Ukrainian people, who lost at least eight million people during the Nazi German occupation.” (19.01.2022)

The Kremlin criticizes the delay in Nord Stream 2

In light of threats from the West in the Ukraine conflict, the Kremlin has warned of further delays in the operation of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline on the Baltic Sea. „The fact that it has not yet been put into operation is bad for both the participants in this project and gas consumers in Europe,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted by Interfax as saying.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly said that operating the line could lead to lower wholesale prices. Peskov said that the gas pipeline from Russia to Germany is a purely economic project. On Tuesday, Chancellor Olaf Schultz (SPD) did not rule out stopping the project in the event of an invasion of Ukraine. (01/19/2022)

Schultz warns Russia of „heavy costs” if it invades

Chancellor Olaf Scholz (Social Democratic Party) called on Russia to reduce its forces on the border with Ukraine and again warned of the „heavy costs” of an invasion. Asked whether there would be consequences for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, Schulz said, „Everything should be discussed if there is a military intervention against Ukraine.” A potential joint coordinated reaction is being prepared and discussed with coalition partners. So far, Scholz has reacted conservatively to calls to threaten Nord Stream 2 with an end.

At the same time, after a conversation with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, he spoke of his support „to do everything to ensure that there is no military aggression against Ukraine.” He referred to the talks between Russia, the United States, NATO and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe that began last week. We all want constructive and stable relations with Russia.” They are also ready for a “serious dialogue” on security issues with Moscow. He also stressed that he will continue to call for the resumption of talks between Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France. (18.01.2022)

Battle barbock

Foreign Minister Annalena Barbuk (the Greens) and her Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, held their joint press conference after a long delay – and it appears that they have been talking to each other much longer than planned.

Lavrov said the talks were „interesting and constructive” based on mutual respect between the two countries. Lavrov noted that many topics were touched upon, such as the joint exchange of goods, renewable energies, and the North Stream 2 gas pipeline. Russia indicated that this project would be „politicised.” He also expressed concerns about the trajectory of NATO. They also exchanged views on the situation on the Belarusian-Polish border, the stabilization of the situation in Kazakhstan and the Ukrainian crisis.

Barbock confirmed that she came to Moscow „with a thick file of discussion.” There are „many points on which we differ”. But the portfolio is very dense because we see great potential for collaboration on many issues, Barbock said. „Both Russia and Germany play a major role in the European home.” For example, without the largest country in the world, this is impossible. to deal with the climate crisis.

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Barbock clearly addressed the conflict with Russia, saying that it is difficult not to consider the deployment of troops on the Russian-Ukrainian border a threat. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine presents a security challenge. „We didn’t choose this situation, but we’re not going to avoid it either,” Barbock said. We are ready to work on solutions that will bring more security to everyone in the region.

Barbock spoke in favor of a speedy resumption of peace negotiations in the Ukraine conflict. To this end, the next meeting should be held in the Normandy format – that is, mediated by Germany and France with Ukraine and Russia. It is important that we breathe new life into the Normandy process, and it is good that everyone adheres to the Minsk Peace Plan. The peace plan agreed upon in the Belarusian capital on the conflict in eastern Ukraine has yet to be implemented. Ukraine and Russia accuse each other of violating the agreement.

Regarding the security guarantees that Russia demands for the West, Barbuk said: „We are ready for a serious dialogue about agreements and mutual steps that will bring more security to all in Europe.” Talks between the NATO-Russia Council and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) were the first steps over the past week. Lavrov explained that Russia is now waiting for written proposals from the West. Russia had demanded an end to NATO’s eastward expansion and Ukraine’s renunciation of joining the alliance.

At the press conference with Barbuk, several Russian journalists also asked about the Russian state broadcaster RT. Until now, he did not have a television license in Germany, and therefore he broadcast his show via YouTube. But the podium blocked RT in the fall. The accusation: The broadcaster is spreading false information about the pandemic. Russian authorities accuse Germany of obstructing the work of RT journalists. Barbock rejected this and asserted that the constitutionally protected freedom of the press prevents the state from directly influencing the content of media providers. (18.01.2022)

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (left) and Chancellor Olaf Schulz (SPD) at their press conference in the Chancellery

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (left) and Chancellor Olaf Schulz (SPD) at their press conference in the Chancellery

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