Following the latest epidemiological assessment of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), Angela Merkel's government has expanded the list of regions in Europe that it considers to be at risk due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
According to the latest RKI report, the only country in Europe that Germany does not class as a risk is Iceland. RKI has recently declared the whole of Lithuania and Latvia, central Greece and the region in Finland, which includes Helsinki, as risky.
Unlike the situation during the summer and part of the autumn, as of November 1, Croatia is listed as an epidemiologically risky area. The same is true for Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina since June 15.
Also Slovenia is classed by RKI as a risk in its entire territory since November 1, as well as Croatia.