Germany Will Ease Entry Rules for COVID-19 Cured and Vaccinated Persons


The German government will relax the quarantine restrictions for those entering the country. Der Spiegel wrote about it with reference to the decision of the Federal Government.

Those who have already had COVID-19 or vaccinated against the infection will be allowed not to pass the tests at the entrance to the country. Also, they do not have to comply with quarantine. German authorities consider vaccinated those who received one of the vaccines approved by the European regulator: BioNTech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson. The easing will start on May 13. The quarantine will remain in place if a person enters from countries with an unfavorable epidemiological situation.


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