The regulations and rules for the individual federal states can be found here. It is particularly important to bear in mind the different rules on quarantine requirements for entrants from third countries designated as risk areas. Also keep an eye on the news situation in Germany and your region of residence. It could happen that certain cities, districts or regions are quarantined because of a high number of new infections and may also be declared a risk area within Germany. The individual federal states may also decide on a lockdown. This can impact your travel within Germany and your return or onward journey abroad. If you have any questions, please contact the local authorities or the embassy of your country in Germany. … [Read more...] about Traveling to Germany: Coronavirus restrictions — questions and answers
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Latest developments around the world The global death toll has passed 900,000, with nearly 28 million confirmed cases. The country with the most coronavirus deaths in gross terms is the United States with over 190,000 fatalities, followed by Brazil and India. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus digest: Germany announces new travel warnings for European regions
Seven nights with return flights with easyJet on September 17 - from £159pp (or £352pp all-inclusive) Four nights with return flights with TUI on September 14 - from £197pp Seven nights with return flights with Jet2 on September 18 - from £240pp (or £442pp all-inclusive) Can I go on holiday to Italy? Italy remains off the quarantine list for the whole of the UK - but it is at high risk of being added by the end of the week, thanks to a rise in cases. … [Read more...] about Where can I still go on holiday? Latest travel advice for Portugal, Greece and Italy
How to protect yourself against the coronavirus Coughing and sneezing - but doing it right! So here's what the doctors recommend: When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with your flexed elbow. Or use tissue — but then immediately throw that tissue away and wash your hands. With your shirt or sweater, however, no, you don't need to throw them away. Do wash them frequently, though, or take them to the dry cleaner's. … [Read more...] about Is Germany ready for the second coronavirus wave?
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Holiday season at the Baltic Sea to start Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is the first federal state to reopen to tourists from all over Germany: From May 25th they can again stay in hotels, guest houses and holiday homes. 60 percent of the bed capacity will be released for this purpose. This means that the tourist season can start with the Whitsun holidays in popular holiday regions like the Baltic Sea and the Mecklenburg Lake District. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus digest: Germany warns over rapid vaccine approvals