The ECDC data is often used by governments when making decisions around Coronavirus travel policy
By Thomas Ansell
All of the Netherlands has returned to ‘Orange’ on the European Disease Control Centre (ECDC) map, except for Friesland- still a ‘Red’ zone. The ECDC’s data is used by EU governments to inform their testing and quarantine requirements for travellers from other countries; with a new map released every Thursday.
Much of Poland, Austria, Denmark; and areas in Northern Spain and Italy are ‘Green’, whilst much of Germany is now ‘Red’, aside from its far North. Other majority ‘Orange’ countries includes France, Portugal, and the Nordic countries.
Map via the ECDC