CoVid-19 Travel Restrictions

CoVid-19 Travel Restrictions; Germany

Travelling Germany soon? Here you can CoVid-19 travel restrictions

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Germany has implemented a number of travel restrictions in an attempt to contain the spread of the virus. These restrictions have been regularly updated and are currently in place until at least April 18, 2021.

All non-essential travel to and from Germany is banned, with a few exceptions. German citizens and residents, as well as people with essential business or family reasons for travel, are allowed to enter the country. People who are transiting through Germany are also allowed, provided they do not leave the airport.

If you are allowed to enter Germany, you will need to present a negative COVID-19 test that was taken within 48 hours of your arrival. You will also be required to quarantine for 10 days upon arrival, although this can be reduced to five days if you take another COVID-19 test on the fifth day and it comes back negative. Germany has also imposed entry bans on travelers from certain countries that have high rates of COVID-19 infection. These countries include Brazil, South Africa and most nations in Central Europe.