The Federal Government of Germany has revealed a list of international risk areas (with SARS-CoV-2) and Maldives is not among the list.
The states listed by the German government revealed on June 17, 2020 were identified as areas where there is an increased risk of infection with SARS-CoV-2. For those entering the Federal Republic of Germany who have been to any of these risk areas at any time within 14 days prior to entry, there may be an obligation to separate them according to the respective quarantine regulations of the responsible federal states, the statement read.
The classification as a risk area is based on a joint analysis and decision by the German Federal Ministry of Health, the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry of the Interior, for construction and home.
Meanwhile Maldives is ready to welcome travelers from all nationalities to its shores from July. Guests will be given visa on arrival and will not be charged with any additional fees upon entry. In addition to this, there will not be any mandatory quarantine for travelers entering Maldives and they won’t be charged with any additional costs.