The new entry rules to Germany will come into force at the end of July. What holidaymakers now need to know in order to return from high-risk, high-incidence and virus variant areas
Düsseldorf / Berlin – For many Germans, the summer vacation is still ahead. Although many countries are still classified as high-risk, high-incidence or virus variant areas, vacationing in the affected regions is still possible. Travelers only have to observe certain rules when entering Germany. Since the current entry regulation expires at the end of July, the federal cabinet has decided on new rules for returning to Germany. 24RHEIN provides a clear overview of what the new entry rules mean for holidaymakers and what they should consider when returning to Germany *.
While a large number of the entry rules have been extended, there are new, easier measures, especially for returnees from virus variant areas. If, for example, a virus variant area is classified as a high-incidence area after entry or during quarantine, the rules for high-incidence areas apply. In addition, the quarantine should no longer apply in the future if travelers are vaccinated with a vaccine that is sufficiently effective against the virus variant. And the digital vaccination pass * is definitely a help. (jaw) * 24RHEIN is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.