1. In principle, all guests must present a negative Covid 19 test result before travelling.
Proof of a negative Corona test result
All guests flying to Germany from high-incidence area or an area of variants of concern, risk and non-risk areas, require a negative Corona test result (antigen or PCR test) for their flight to Germany, which must not be older than 48 hours at the time of entry.
The test result must be available on paper or in an electronic document in German, English or French. For travelers returning from Spain (mainland and islands), there will be a special regulation with immediate effect, limited until the end of April. After that, Spanish-language test certificates will be accepted in addition to the previously valid languages during random border police checks when entering the country from Spain. It must be able to be presented to the competent health authority immediately upon request within ten days of entry. The underlying test must meet the requirements of the Robert Koch Institute.
2. If you're entering Germany from another country and have visited a risk area in the last 10 days the following requirements for entry also apply:
- Digital Registration on Entry.
- 2. Domestic quarantine: Immediately after arrival, you're required to stay in quarantine for 10 days after entry. Domestic quarantine can usually be ended after 5 days at the earliest, even with a negative test result.
Please note that some federal states have different regulations:
Entry into Germany from a risk area.
There you can also fill in the digital entry form
Corona testing for travellers entering Germany
Who is allowed to be voluntarily tested for the coronavirus and for whom is the test obligatory?
You can find the most important questions and answers here.
List of risk areas
You can find an overview of all risk areas here.
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