Germany – new entry requirements for double vaxxed

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  • Jon Arnold
    Participant

    I see that Germany are now allowing double vaxxed people from the UK to visit without the need for quarantine. Does anyone know if we still need to complete the Digital Registration on Entry form, or if there are any other testing requirements

    the fco website seems unclear; https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/germany/entry-requirements, it says,

    “Travel from the UK is generally subject to pre-departure digital registration and 10-day quarantine with test and release available after 5 days. The fully vaccinated are exempt from quarantine.” Seems a touch ambiguous?


    Tom Otley
    Keymaster

    It looks like Germany may be moved to the Green list by the Uk Government, which will be a relief because the website is very confused on the point you raise.

    Entry to Germany
    From 7 July, the UK is designated as a ‘high-incidence area’. You may enter Germany from the UK for any travel purpose if you are fully vaccinated. Unvaccinated children under 12 years of age are allowed to enter Germany if they present proof of a negative test result and travel with at least one fully vaccinated parent.
    Those individuals who are not fully vaccinated may only enter Germany from the UK if they are a German citizen; the spouse/partner/child under 18 of a German citizen; a resident of Germany; the spouse/partner/child under 18 of a resident of Germany; serve in an important role; or have an urgent need to travel. Further information about possible exceptions for non-residents is on the Federal Interior Ministry website, under “What constitutes an urgent need for travel”. The decision on whether to allow entry in such circumstances is at the discretion of border guards.
    Travellers who are not fully vaccinated and do not meet one of the exemptions outlined above may not currently enter Germany from the UK.
    All travellers entering Germany from the UK are required to complete pre-departure digital registration, regardless of vaccination status.

    https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/germany/entry-requirements#entry-rules-in-response-to-coronavirus-covid-19

    And this form just loops

    https://einreiseanmeldung.de/#/


    Kopite
    Participant

    It looks like Germany may be moved to the Green list by the Uk Government, which will be a relief because the website is very confused on the point you raise.

    Entry to Germany
    From 7 July, the UK is designated as a ‘high-incidence area’. You may enter Germany from the UK for any travel purpose if you are fully vaccinated. Unvaccinated children under 12 years of age are allowed to enter Germany if they present proof of a negative test result and travel with at least one fully vaccinated parent.
    Those individuals who are not fully vaccinated may only enter Germany from the UK if they are a German citizen; the spouse/partner/child under 18 of a German citizen; a resident of Germany; the spouse/partner/child under 18 of a resident of Germany; serve in an important role; or have an urgent need to travel. Further information about possible exceptions for non-residents is on the Federal Interior Ministry website, under “What constitutes an urgent need for travel”. The decision on whether to allow entry in such circumstances is at the discretion of border guards.
    Travellers who are not fully vaccinated and do not meet one of the exemptions outlined above may not currently enter Germany from the UK.
    All travellers entering Germany from the UK are required to complete pre-departure digital registration, regardless of vaccination status.

    https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/germany/entry-requirements#entry-rules-in-response-to-coronavirus-covid-19

    And this form just loops

    https://einreiseanmeldung.de/#/

    Tom

    Please see my new post today about transit stop in Germany on the route SIN-FRA-BHX.
    Can you give an opinion on this please ?

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