Corona: Restrictions in Germany
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are travel restrictions on entry from many countries. There is an obligation to test / provide evidence upon entry. In addition, the obligation to digital apply Entry registration, an obligation to provide evidence and a quarantine obligation when entering from certain areas.
EU-wide entry restrictions still apply.
In principle, entry is possible from:
EU member states
Schengen-associated countries: Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein
Other states from which entry is made possible due to the epidemiological assessment of the situation by the EU
Entry from other countries is only possible for fully vaccinated persons for any purpose. The vaccination must with a vaccine that is listed on the website of the Paul Ehrlich Institute and since the last one Individual vaccinations must have passed at least 14 days. Further information can be found on the website of the Federal Ministry of the Interior.
For non-vaccinated people from other countries, entry is still only possible in exceptional cases.
3G rule: compulsory testing in hotels and indoor restaurants
Access is only allowed to vaccinated, recovered and tested people - that is the 3G rule (this means: vaccinated, recovered or tested), which is on August 23rd has come into force nationwide.
From now on there is an obligation to provide evidence for accommodation establishments such as hotels, guest houses and youth hostels. When checking in A proof of vaccination or recovery must be presented in accommodation; alternatively, a negative corona test can also be shown will. Those who have not been vaccinated or recovered should be tested twice a week for the duration of their stay. These the so-called 3G rule also applies to indoor catering with immediate effect.
As long as the 7-day incidence in a district is stable below 35 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants, the Federal states suspend the 3G rule in whole or in part.
In Hamburg and Berlin, the 2G rule applies in many places: In Hamburg restaurants, clubs, theaters, museums, hotels, dance and music clubs, cultural or recreational institutions register that they have offers exclusively for those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered want to do. There, for example, distance rules and other restrictions do not apply. In Berlin clubs and discos are allowed for Vaccinated and convalescents open their inner areas.
Sources: Federal Foreign Office, ADAC