Passengers who wish to travel to Germany, but who have been in a high-risk area or an area of variants of concern prior to arrival, must complete the Digital Registration on Entry for Germany.
The information collected allows the German government to easily monitor if visitors from restricted areas are following the current coronavirus safety measures.
All travelers, regardless of their travel history, must also show proof of one of the following:
- Negative COVID-19 test result
- Proof of vaccination
- Recovery certificate
If you have been in a high-risk area, you must also quarantine for 10 days once you arrive in Germany.
For those who have been in an area of variants of concern, the quarantine is increased to 14 days.
Passengers who have been fully vaccinated against the virus, or have a recovery certificate, are exempt from the quarantine rule.
With the completed Germany travel health form, authorities can confirm that you meet the entry requirements, as well as record your accommodation details for the mandatory quarantine.
The completed form must be downloaded or printed in PDF format. This allows travel authorities and border control to confirm that you are following Germany’s coronavirus policy.