In order to interpret the results presented on this site, it is important to understand the concept of relative import risk in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak and global air transportation.
If an infected individual boards a plane at airport A in an affected region,
the relative import risk P(B|A) at airport B quantifies the probability that airport B is the final destination for that individual (irrespective of non-direct travel routes).
Say, 1000 infected individuals board planes at Hangzhou Airport. An import risk of
0.2% in Germany means that, of those 1000 individuals, only 2 are expected to have Germany as their final destination.