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Entry from a foreign country
(as of May 31st, 2021)
General information The spread of COVID-19 and the occurrence of mutations continue or again in many countries to sometimes drastic restrictions in international air and travel traffic, entry restrictions, quarantine measures and adverse effects on public life such as curfews. Changes to the entry and quarantine regulations are sometimes made without prior notice and with immediate effect. Some countries require a negative PCR or rapid antigen test result for entry. In the event of infection and, in some cases, also in suspected cases such as a positive COVID-19 test abroad, the quarantine requirements of the travel country must be followed; retrieval cannot take place. In these cases, a longer stay in the country can be expected until a negative test result is obtained. There are currently warnings against unnecessary tourist trips to a large number of countries. Country-specific travel and safety information has been in effect without restriction since October 1, 2020. The Federal Chancellor and the heads of government of the federal states have called on all citizens several times, most recently on March 22, 2021, to avoid any unnecessary contact and to stay at home if possible. All professional and private trips that are not absolutely necessary, especially tourist trips abroad, should also be avoided. The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), for all countries the World Health Organization WHO and, for example, Johns Hopkins University provide current numbers of new infections in Europe. The European Union offers detailed information on the epidemiological situation, measures and restrictions in the country, as well as entry and transit regulations including quarantine and test regulations and apps for contact tracing in the countries of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. open EU, also available as a free app as an Android version and an iOS version. Participation in cruises is strongly discouraged due to the special risks involved. (As part of the federal-state resolution of November 25, 2020 - river cruises within the EU or Schengen with special hygiene concepts are excluded from this. This also excludes cruises on ships with specific hygiene concepts whose voyage begins in a port in Germany and without berthing in a foreign port ends in a port in Germany.) Random checks are increasingly being carried out at internal borders. Entry restrictions Since March 17, 2020, uniform EU-wide entry restrictions for unnecessary trips from third countries have been in effect. These restrictions also apply in particular to entries into Germany. The Federal Ministry of the Interior provides details on this. German nationals, EU citizens who are entitled to freedom of movement and their family members and third-country nationals with a place of residence and a valid residence permit in Germany are still able to enter Germany. The new Coronavirus Entry Ordinance of May 12, 2021 brings together the provisions of the original Coronavirus Entry Ordinance, the Coronavirus Protection Ordinance and the Model Quarantine Ordinance. In this way, it regulates the registration, quarantine and test verification obligations nationwide as well as the ban on transport from virus variant areas. The ordinance includes a general test verification requirement for air traffic travelers. In principle, these people - regardless of whether they were in a risk area - must present a negative test result to the carrier before departure. In addition, when entering the Federal Republic of Germany after a stay in a foreign risk, high incidence or virus variant area, special test and verification obligations and a quarantine obligation must be observed. When entering from so-called virus variant areas - subject to very limited exceptions - there is a ban on passenger transport by train, bus, ship and flight directly from these countries. Vaccination and recovery certificates can replace a negative test certificate and release you from entry quarantine. This does not apply to previous stays in a virus variant area. The Robert Koch Institute publishes a list of the currently identified risk areas, which is regularly checked and coordinated by the Federal Ministry of Health, the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Home Affairs and the Foreign Office. The Federal Ministry of Health has published detailed questions and answers on entry from high-risk, high-incidence and virus variant areas. I. Obligation to register Those who have previously stayed in the ten days prior to entry into risk areas must, from the age of six, in principle before their arrival in Germany.

As this topic is very dynamic and changes
daily, check before your trip / arrival
whether a stay is possible for you:

We cannot guarantee quarantine stays in our house.
Hygiene and cleanliness are always
our top priorities so that you feel
comfortable with us.

Overnight stays are in Berlin possible 
under 2G conditions. Proof of the
2G status (vaccinated or
recovered). Digital proof of 
vaccination with QR Code or cell phone.
Note the current entry regulations.