RKI declares Vienna and Budapest "risk areas"

Vienna main station, via dts
Vienna main station, via dts
The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has officially declared the Austrian capital Vienna and the Hungarian capital Budapest each to be corona risk areas.

The list was updated accordingly on Wednesday evening. In addition, the provinces of North Holland (Noord-Holland) and South Holland (Zuid-Holland) are now also considered risk areas in the Netherlands, the canton of Friborg in Switzerland, the Hauts-de-France region and the overseas region of La Réunion in France , in Croatia the counties Brod-Posavina and Virovitica-Podravina, in the Czech Republic the Středočeský region (Central Bohemian Region).

In Romania, the Neamt and Caras Severin districts were declared risk areas, but the Arges and Dambovita districts were simultaneously deleted from the corresponding list due to falling infection rates. For people entering the Federal Republic of Germany who have stayed in a risk area within the last 14 days before entry, there may be an obligation to segregate them in accordance with the respective quarantine regulations of the responsible federal states.