The rules for entering Germany will be relaxed from Wednesday 1 June. You will no longer need to provide a negative test result, vaccination certificate, or recovery certificate. The rules are expected to last for at least two months.

Changes related to access to German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach announced last Wednesday. – The politician said – We will suspend the 3G base on entry until the end of August.

Until now, it was possible to come to Germany only with a negative test result, with a certificate of vaccination or a certificate of convalescence.

This applies to both land and air travel.

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Entry to Germany

At the moment, it is not known what restrictions will apply from September. German broadcaster Deutsche Welle’s website said stricter rules for people entering from areas “at risk of contracting the virus” would continue to be applied. However, from the beginning of March this year. No country has found itself in German “high risk” list.

The portal indicated that at the beginning of this month, the German authorities said that they did not plan to cancel the obligation to wear masks on planes coming into the country, despite the new guidelines.

Agency European Union for Aviation Safety (EASA) and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) in early May this year. We have published an update on the security measures related to COVID-19, which apply to air travel. Accordingly, as of May 16, the requirement to wear masks at airports and on board aircraft has been abandoned. At the same time, it was noted that the mask remains “one of the best safeguards against transmission of the COVID-19 virus”.

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