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JO 02.07.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Jordan (2 July 2020, 13:50)

As of 1 July, flight connections have restarted to and from limited countries; upon arrival, all passengers travelling to Jordan have to quarantine for 14 days in one of the hotels on the Dead Sea and for an additional 14 days at home. The curfew has been lifted, and customs administration personnel are back to the office. Land borders with the West Bank, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia remain closed to passenger transport. Goods are allowed to cross the border.

Source: Jordan Customs

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DK 01.07.20
New restrictions on low emission zones (1 July 2020, 16:55)

As from 1 July, new restrictions on the low emission zones on Denmark enter into force.

From 1 July 2020, vehicles above 3.5 tonnes (buses and lorries) which were registered on, or later than, 1 October 2009 in order to be allowed to drive within low emission zones in Denmark. Euro 5 or EEV heavy vehicles can also enter the low emission zones.

In case the foreign lorry or bus has been first registered before 1 October 2009, the vehicle must be registered in the Danish system again with documentation proving a retrofitted particulate filter and/or euronorm. It has been decided to discontinue the low emission permit; this means that a low emission permit will no longer be required and that driving in the zones will no longer be controlled by the low emission permit.

Registrations can be made here.

For vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes (vans) the vehicle must be registered on or later than 1 January 2007, in order to be allowed to drive within low emission zones.

During the first three months (from 1 July to 31 September), no fines will be imposed on vehicle owners based the automatic number plate recognition. Instead, they will be given a warning. The police can still impose fines for infringements.

Low emission zones are located in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Aalborg, Odense and Aarhus ; further details can be found here.

Please note that further restrictions will apply from 1 January 2022.

More information can be found here.

Source: ITD

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LT 01.07.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Lithuania (1 July 2020, 15:35)

On 17 June, the Lithuanian government lifted the nationwide quarantine but extended the state of emergency, which was declared back in February.

Temporary controls at internal borders will be carried out until 16 July. Foreigners are not allowed to enter Lithuania; the following categories are exempt from this provision:

  • Crew members working in Lithuanian companies engaged in international commercial transport or crew members working for foreign companies performing international commercial transport in any type of vehicle.
  • Citizens of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and persons legally residing in those countries that did not exceed 25 cases per 100 thousand population in the last 14 days. A list of such States shall be published each Monday by the Head of State Emergency Operations.
  • Foreigners who have the right to reside in the Republic of Lithuania and foreigners who are family members i.e. parents, adoptive parents, children, adopted children, spouses and guardians of citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and foreigners who have the right to reside in the Republic of Lithuania.
  • Foreigners holding a national visa of the Republic of Lithuania.

Restrictions apply at the following land border crossing points: Medininkai–Kamenyj Log; Šalčininkai–Benekainys; Raigardas–Privalka; Kybartai–Černiševskoje; Panemunė–Sovetsk.

The following border crossing points are closed: Tverečius–Vidžiai; Lavoriškės–Kotlovka; Šumskas–Loša; Ramoniškiai–Pograničnyj; Nida–Morskoje; Adutiškis–Moldevičiai; Papelekis–Lentupis; Krakūnai–Geranainys; Eišiškės–Dotiškės; Rakai–Petiulevcai; Norviliškės–Pickūnai; Latežeris–Pariečė

On 29 June, Lithuania introduced a 14-day isolation requirement for its nationals and residents arriving from the 50 most affected countries, including Sweden, Russia and Belarus. International freight transport drivers are exempt from this provision. The ministry will update the list every week. The countries considered most affected are those with more than 25 new cases per population of 100,000 reported over the last two weeks. Travellers from countries with infection rates of between 15 and 25 are advised, but not required, to go into 14-day self-isolation.

Source: LINAVA

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AT 01.07.20
Driving bans on certain ramps of A12 and A13 motorways (1 July 2020, 15:20)

On 1 July, the Austrian authorities informed of new driving bans being implemented on certain exit ramps on the A12 and A13 motorways.

At the Wattens Junction on the A12, goods vehicles (truck, haulage trailer or truck and trailer), whose combination exceeds 12 meters, cannot use the ramps on both lanes from 06:00 to 10:00 from Mondays to Saturdays. Vehicles departing or destined to the following municipalities are exempt from this provision: Baumkirchen, Fritzens, Kolsass, Kolsassberg, Volders, Wattens, Wattenberg and Weer.

At the Innsbruck South Junction on the A13, goods vehicles (truck, haulage trailer or truck and trailer), whose combination exceeds 12 meters, cannot use the ramps on both lanes from 07:00 to 11:00 and from 15:00 to 18:00 from Mondays to Saturdays. Vehicles departing or destined to the following municipalities are exempt from this provision: Natters, Mutters, Schoenberg im Stubaital, Fulpmes Mieders, Telfes in Stubai, Neustift im Stubaital, Mühlbachl, Pfons, Matrei am Brenner, Navis, Steinach am Brenner, Trins , Gschnitz, Schmirn, Vals, Gries am Brenner, Obernberg am Brenner, Gotzens and Birgitz.

Members are advised that both provisions do not have an expiration date.

Source:AISÖ

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IN 01.07.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in India (1 July 2020, 12:10)

On 29 June, the Indian government issued new rules concerning phase 2 of the deconfinement plan. New rules intend to prolong the lockdown in Containment Zones as well as to ease the situation outside of them; they apply immediately and up until 31 July.

Concerning road transport, relevant measures are as follows:

  • The night curfew from 22:00 to 05:00 is maintained. Essential activities are exempt from this provision. Goods and passenger transport operations, on national and state highways, are considered essential activities, as well as loading and unloading operations and the travel of individuals to their place of residence after disembarkation from buses, trains and airplanes.
  • Strict perimeter controls are carried out around containment zones, individuals cannot move in or out of them. Movements done in order to supply essential goods and services are allowed.
  • With the exception of rules applying to containment zones, no State can put restrictions on intra and inter-State movement of persons and goods, including cross-border movements being carried out under Treaties with neighbouring countries. No separate permission, approval or e-permit is required for such movements.

Detailed rules can be found here.

Source: FICCI

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