The Delta variant is causing concern around the world, but how prevalent is it in Europe?
The main hotbed of Delta variant cases in Europe is the UK, with over 90 per cent of new COVID cases in the country attributed to it, but mainland Europe is also monitoring the situation closely.
In France 2-4% of COVID cases are the Delta variant, while in Germany the level is similar at 2.5%.
Both countries have introduced travel restrictions to prohibit people from the UK entering, with France insisting on a negative test result from within 72-hours for anyone entering from the UK – in addition to a seven day quarantine for unvaccinated travellers.
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