1 mese fa

Le Canarie si confermano uno dei pochissimi posti al mondo con temperature miti e basso contagio SARS-CoV-2

Con il nuovo bollettino emesso dal Roberto Koch Institute, il prestigioso istituto tedesco che si occupa dello studio della propagazione del SARS-CoV-2 e determina il flusso turistico tedesco, le Canarie diventano uno dei pochissimi luoghi al mondo con bassa propagazione del virus ed un clima primaverile.

Ecco la lista degli Stati e regioni considerati aree a rischio (resto del testo in inglese):
• Afghanistan (since 15 June)
• Albania (since 15 June)
• Algeria (since 15 June)
• Andorra – Principality of Andorra (since 26 August)
• Angola (since 15 June)
• Argentina (since 15 June)
• Armenia (since 15 June)
• Austria – the complete country with exception of the municipality Jungholz and
Mittelberg / Kleinwalsertal (since 1 November)
• Azerbaijan (since 15 June)
• Bahamas (since 15 June)
• Bahrain (since 15 June)
• Bangladesh (since 15 June)
• Belarus (since 15 June)
• Belgium (since 30 September)
• Belize (since 15 June)
• Benin (since 15 June)
• Bhutan (since 15 June)
• Bolivia (since 15 June)
• Bosnia and Herzegovina (since 15 June)
• Botswana (since 22 November)
• Brazil (since 15 June)
• Bulgaria (since 1 November)
• Burkina Faso (since 15 June)
• Burundi (since 15 June)
• Cameroon (since 15 June)
• Canada (since 15 November)
• Cape Verde (since 3 July)
• Central African Republic (since 15 June)
• Chad (since 15 June)
• Chile (since 15 June)
• Colombia (since 15 June)
• Comoros (since 15 June)
• Costa Rica (since 15 June)
• Côte d’Ivoire (since 15 June)
• Croatia (since 1 November)
• Cyprus – Cyprus (since 1 November)
• Czech Republic (since 25 September)
• Denmark – the complete country with exception of the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
(since 8 November)
• Djibouti (since 15 June)
• Dominican Republic (since 15 June)
• DR Congo (since 15 June)
• Ecuador (since 15 June)
• Egypt (since 15 June)
• El Salvador (since 15 June)
• Equatorial Guinea (since 15 June)
• Eritrea (since 15 June)
• Estonia – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o Ida-Viru (since 8 November)
o Harju (since 15 November)
o Hiiu (since 15 November)
o Rapla (since 15 November)
o Tartu (since 29 November)
• Eswatini (since 15 June)
• Ethiopia (since 15 June)
• Finland – the following region is classified as risk area:
o Uusimaa (contains capital city Helsinki) (since 22 November)
• France – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o Complete Mainland France (since 17 October)
o French Overseas Territory: French Guiana (since 21 August)
o French Overseas Territory: Guadeloupe (since 26 August)
o French Overseas Territory: French Polynesia (since 15 November)
o French Overseas Territory: La Réunion (since 16 September)
o French Overseas Territory: Martinique (since 17 October)
o French Overseas Territory: St. Martin (since 26 August)
• Gabon (since 15 June)
• Gambia (since 15 June)
• Georgia (since 7 October)
• Ghana (since 15 June)
• Greece – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o West Macedonia (since 1 November)
o Attica (since 8 November)
o Central Macedonia (since 8 November)
o Eastern Macedonia and Thrace (since 8 November)
o Epirus (since 8 November)
o Thessaly (since 8 November)
o North Aegean (since 15 November)
o Central Greece (since 22 November)
o West Greece (since 29 November)
• Guatemala (since 15 June)
• Guinea (since 15 June)
• Guinea-Bissau (since 15 June)
• Guyana (since 15 June)
• Haiti (since 15 June)
• Honduras (since 15 June)
• Hungary (since 1 November)
• India (since 15 June)
• Indonesia (since 15 June)
• Iran (since 15 June)
• Iraq (since 15 June)
• Ireland – the complete country (since 24 October), with the exception of the regions
Midlands, South-West and West (since 29 November)
• Israel (since 3 July)
• Italy (since 8 November)
• Jamaica (since 15 June)
• Jordan (since 7 October)
• Kazakhstan (since 15 June)
• Kenya (since 15 June)
• Korea (Democratic People’s Republic, North Korea) (since 15 June)
• Kosovo (since 15 June)
• Kuwait (since 15 June)
• Kyrgyzstan (since 15 June)
• Latvia (since 22. November)
• Lebanon (since 15 June)
• Lesotho (since 15 June)
• Liberia (since 15 June)
• Libya (since 15 June)
• Liechtenstein (since 24 October)
• Lithuania (since 22. November)
• Luxemburg (14 July – 20 August and since 25 September)
• Madagascar (since 15 June)
• Malawi (since 15 June)
• Maldives (since 17 July)
• Mali (since 15 June)
• Malta (since 17 October)
• Mauritania (since 15 June)
• Mexico (since 15 June)
• Monaco (since 1 November)
• Mongolia (since 15 June)
• Montenegro (15 – 19 June and since 17 July)
• Morocco (since 15 June)
• Mozambique (since 15 June)
• Nepal (since 15 June)
• Netherlands – complete country (incl. constituent countries and the Caribbean parts of
the Netherlands) (since 17 October)
• Nicaragua (since 15 June)
• Niger (since 15 June)
• Nigeria (since 15 June)
• North Macedonia (since 15 June)
• Norway – the following counties are classified as risk areas:
o Oslo (since 8 November)
o Vestland (since 15 November)
o Viken (since 15 November)
• Oman (since 15 June)
• Pakistan (since 15 June)
• Palestinian territories (since 3 July)
• Panama (since 15 June)
• Papua New Guinea (since 17 June)
• Paraguay (since 15 June)
• Peru (since 15 June)
• Philippines (since 15 June)
• Poland (since 24 October)
• Portugal – the complete country with exception of the autonomous region Madeira
(since 8 November Portuguese Mainland; the autonomous region Azores is considered
as additional risk area since 29 November)
• Qatar (since 15 June)
• Republic of Moldova (since 15 June)
• Republic of the Congo (since 15 June)
• Romania (since 7 October)
• Russian Federation (since 15 June)
• San Marino (since 1 November)
• São Tomé and Príncipe (since 16 June)
• Saudi Arabia (since 15 June)
• Senegal (since 15 June)
• Serbia (since 15 June)
• Sierra Leone (since 15 June)
• Slovakia (since 17 October)
• Slovenia (since 1 November)
• Somalia (since 15 June)
• South Africa (since 15 June)
• South Sudan (since 15 June)
• Spain – the complete country (since 2 September), with the exception of the Canary
Islands (since 24 October)

• Sudan (since 15 June)
• Suriname (since 15 June)
• Sweden (since 15 November)
• Switzerland (since 24 October)
• Syrian Arab Republic (since 15 June)
• Tajikistan (since 15 June)
• Tanzania (since 15 June)
• Timor Leste (East Timor) (since 17 June)
• Togo (since 15 June)
• Trinidad and Tobago (since 15 June)
• Tunisia (since 7 October)
• Turkey (since 15 June)
• Turkmenistan (since 17 June)
• Ukraine (since 15 June)
• United Arab Emirates (since 23 September)
• United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – the complete United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Channel Island Jersey (Crown
dependency) (since 15 November) and the Overseas Territory Gibraltar (since 24
October). Excluded are further British Overseas Territories and Crown dependencies
Isle of Man and the Channel Island Guernsey.
• USA (since 3 July)
• Uzbekistan (since 15 June)
• Vatican City State (since 1 November)
• Venezuela (since 15 June)
• Yemen (since 15 June)
• Zambia (since 15 June)
• Zimbabwe (since 15 June)

Continua a leggere...

La tua opinione è preziosa per noi: hai trovato questo articolo interessante?

Precedente Articolo
Incredibile: l'Italia impedisce ai connazionali residenti all'estero e iscritti all'AIRE di ricongiungersi con i propri cari per le feste natalizie

Incredibile: l'Italia impedisce ai connazionali residenti all'estero e iscritti all'AIRE di ricongiungersi con i propri cari per le feste natalizie

2019 59 4  Nostro articolo - 1 mese fa

Abbiamo pensato che fosse uno scherzo, ma purtroppo sembra di no. Esiste un Paese al mondo che, con una disposizione fatta ad hoc, vorrebbe costringere i connazionali che risiedono all'estero (regolarmente iscritti all'AIRE) di fare una quarantena anche se negativi al test PCR. Questo Paese è l'Italia. Lettera aperta di Alessandro Zehentner, presidente del Com.It.Es del Consolato Generale di Barcellona. ... Continua a leggere

Prossimo Articolo
Le Canarie consentono l'ingresso dei viaggiatori internazionali con il test COVID-19 antigeno

Le Canarie consentono l'ingresso dei viaggiatori internazionali con il test COVID-19 antigeno

1230 48 2  www3.gobiernodecanarias.org - 1 mese fa

Il Governo delle Isole Canarie, dopo aver approvato giovedì scorso dal Consiglio direttivo la proposta del Ministero della Salute, consentirà l'utilizzo dei test antigeni per il controllo sanitario dei viaggiatori internazionali all'arrivo nell'Arcipelago, mediante decreto del presidente, Ángel Víctor Torres, che entrerà in vigore domani, giovedì 10 dicembre, dopo la sua pubblicazione oggi nella Gazzetta Ufficiale delle Isole Canarie. ... Continua a leggere

CONDIVIDI QUESTA PAGINA

INVESTIMENTI IMMOBILIARI

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Vuoi scoprire come altri italiani stanno ottenendo rendite inimmaginabili dai mini appartamenti?

FARE IMPRESA ALLE CANARIE

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Vuoi scoprire come un imprenditore italiano abbia pagato solo 2.650 euro di tasse a fronte di 104.000 euro di utile e mantenendo i suoi clienti italiani?

SANITÀ ALLE CANARIE

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Vuoi scoprire come funziona la sanità alle Canarie?

TROVA LAVORO ALLE CANARIE

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Vuoi trovare lavoro alle Canarie? Scarica subito la mini guida gratuita più completa e disponibile su Internet e trova il tuo nuovo lavoro!

WEBINAR CANARIE

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Stai pensando di trasferirti alle Canarie? Grazie a questo Webinar gratuito scoprirai tutte quello che nessuno ti dice!

LE 8 ZONE DEL SUD DI GRAN CANARIA

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Vivere a Gran Canaria? Scopri dove è meglio con la nostra mini guida di 54 pagine! Gratis (invece di 37 euro) ancora per pochi giorni

DOMANDE FREQUENTI

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Stai pensando di trasferirti alle Canarie? Scarica gratis le 65 domande, divise per categoria, che risolveranno il 99,9% dei tuoi dubbi!

MINIGUIDA DI LAS PALMAS

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Vuoi scoprire tutto sulla capitale di Gran Canaria? Scarica subito la mini guida gratuita

VACANZA ESPLORATIVA

LE GUIDE GRATUITE

Tutte le informazioni per organizzare la tua vacanza esplorativa alle Canarie. Vuoi ricevere un preventivo gratuito?

STAI CONNESSO CON NOI