The German government will only stick to its recommendation until September 30 not to travel to areas at risk from the coronavirus pandemic, which includes Spain, and instead analyze country by country to identify possible warning messages.
The current warning, which applies to countries outside the European Union and to countries in the Schengen zone, will remain in effect until the end of the month, according to government sources cited by the DPA news agency.
The German Foreign Ministry took an unprecedented step in March by issuing a travel warning for everyone as part of measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic. She began making these announcements in mid-June, which have rebounded in recent weeks.
The travel warning is intended to discourage trips to other countries and enable travelers to cancel their reservations in Germany free of charge.