Travel to Germany
If you are travelling to Germany, you may be required to take a COVID-19 PCR test before departure or on arrival depending on your departure country.
Effective 8 November, all passengers inbound to Germany are mandated register onto https://einreiseanmeldung.de. Passengers are to ensure they have a confirmation form of the registration, either saved or printed, at time of immigration.
If you are not able to complete the form online, please download the form and complete it before arrival in Germany.
Effective 8 November, The Federal German States have implemented a change in the quarantine procedures upon arrival in Germany:
- A 10 day quarantine is mandatory for all passengers arriving, who stayed within the last 10 days in a high-risk country. Visit the following link for an overview of the high risk countries.
- The quarantine requirement can be shorted by doing a PCR test from the fifth day onwards. Once the test results are received and negative the quarantine is cancelled.
- The rule to avoid a quarantine by presenting a negative PCR on arrival becomes obsolete with that date.
- The test for return travellers from risk countries is currently free of charge.
- Exemptions for the quarantine regulations do exist and can be checked on the following link
Please read through the rules for incoming passengers to Germany before you travel.
Find more information about German government restrictions from the Federal Foreign Office and the Robert Koch Institute.
You can also check these FAQs.
For more information refer to FAQs in English or German.
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