Germany: No transport without online pre-registration

Computer at a gate counter at Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Computer at a gate counter at Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Germany: No transport without online pre-registration

Computer at a gate counter at Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The controversial new regulations have been in effect for entry into the Federal Republic of Germany since Sunday. These stipulate that people who have been in a so-called risk area in the past ten days must be quarantined for ten days. The presence of a negative test, which must not be older than 48 hours, shortens the secretion to five days, but does not give birth before this.

What is also new is that the previous "exit cards" are replaced by a Online travel reservation have been replaced. The PDF file provided at the end of the process must be carried with you during the trip. The authorities write in their Information around the new tool that transport companies have to check the existence of the PDF and can refuse boarding if the regulation is disregarded.

At the same time, the German government extended its travel warnings further. All of Italy has been classified as a risk area since Sunday. Furthermore, mainland Portugal hit, with a few exceptions, the entire area of ​​Sweden and Denmark (except Greenland and Faroe Islands) as well as northern Greece and the Athens region. Norway, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have now also been classified as risk areas. People who come to Germany from these countries (or who have stayed there in the last ten days) have been in quarantine for ten days since Sunday. With a negative PCR test this can be reduced to five days.

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