The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has developed an epidemiological map on free movement of people.
The green area means the 14-day new infection rate is less than 50 and the positive test rate is less than 4%. Or the 14-day new infection rate is less than 75 and the positive test rate is less than 1%.
Almost all of Poland was in this region, with the exception of Lubelskie County, which was included in the orange region. This area means the 14-day new infection rate is less than 50 and the positive test rate is 4%. Or more. It could also mean that the 14-day new infection rate is between 50 and 75 and the positive test rate is 1%. Or more; Or a 14-day average between 75 and 200 and a test pass rate of less than 4%.
The green also includes the northeastern regions of Germany, nearly all of Hungary, all of Romania, part of Bulgaria, nearly all of Finland, all of Iceland, and the northern regions of Norway and Sardinia.
The orange zone covers most of Europe. On the other hand, red indicates, where the situation remains alarming, for the central regions of Spain, the whole of the Netherlands, the northern parts of Denmark, the southern and northern parts of Sweden and the whole of Latvia.
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