The good news first: In its latest update on November 19, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), together with the State Department, has removed some countries highly regarded by Germans from the list of countries at high risk for corona. These include France, Israel, Morocco, Tunisia, Costa Rica and United States of America.
New entry regulations have been in effect in Germany since August. Accordingly, each returnee must log on to the site www.einreiseanmeldung.de Register if they are leaving the Corona high-risk area or wish to return by road.
Persons who have been fully vaccinated or recovered are not subject to testing and quarantine, but not to those who have not been vaccinated. Not only does this group of people have to complete a digital login, but they also have to pass a corona test before leaving from abroad and showing a negative result. This is also necessary when entering by car, bus, train or ship.
In addition, after entering Germany In quarantine for ten days. After the fifth day of quarantine, it can be terminated prematurely with a negative test result.
Vaccinated, recovered and unvaccinated people entering Germany from a country designated as a changing region of the virus must, without exception, be subject to a 14-day quarantine. This quarantine cannot be shortened. However, the Robert Koch Institute (RKICurrently there are no variable regions included.
“Please check immediately before departure if the countries you have stayed in in the last 10 days before entering Germany are classified as risk areas,” the RKI website says.
The complete and up-to-date list of countries with risk areas and variants of RKI Viruses can be found Here.
Please note that admission requirements can change daily. Learn about the current status of Pages containing travel and safety information from the German Federal Foreign Office.