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Information on coronavirus (Covid-19)

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We make every effort to keep the information provided here up-to-date.

Since changes are often announced at very short notice by the authorities, we ask you to always check the pages of the Federal Ministry of the Interior/ Ministry of Health.

Entry and Quarantine Regulations

The following regulations apply if you have stayed in a virus variant area within 10 days before entering Germany.

Please inform yourself regularly and especially immediately before your departure to Germany whether your area of origin is classified as a virus variant area: Information on the classification of SARS-CoV-2 areas

Entry from a virus variant area

Entering from any other country

Corona information on site in Germany

What do 2G, 2G Plus, 3G and 3G Plus mean?

  • 2G: vaccinated or recovered. Persons are considered vaccinated if the final vaccination was at least two weeks ago. Persons are considered recovered if the Corona infection has been detected with a PCR test. This test result must be at least 28 days old and no longer than six months ago.
  • 2G Plus: as 2G, the plus stands for additionally tested. The test required is the negative result of a Corona rapid test. Individuals who have already received a third vaccination are exempt from additional testing.
  • 3G: fully vaccinated, recovered or tested. The test required is a negative rapid antigen test no more than 24 hours old.
  • 3G Plus: vaccinated, recovered or PCR tested. Here, a negative PCR test is required of unvaccinated individuals. This must be renewed every 72 hours for longer stays.

Corona test centers

Corona regulations in Potsdam/ Berlin/ Germany-wide

Corona vaccinations in Germany