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Germany, Sweden lift COVID-19 travel restrictions

BERLIN: Germany has lifted its travel warning for Sweden as the number of coronavirus cases there has fallen since the beginning of July.
Sweden was the last country in Europe where the German Foreign Ministry had a travel warning in place.
Now, all border crossings are open and nationals from the EU and Switzerland, their family members and those holding EU residence permits may enter without restriction, the German ministry said.
In return, Sweden said from Wednesday on, it will lift its warning against non-essential travel to Germany, Poland and Andorra. (DPA)