Germany Coronavirus Travel Restrictions and Advice
Based on the current assessment of COVID – 19 risks, Germany is one of the countries exempted from the FCO advice against all non – essential international travels. This means, travelers and tourists are permitted to enter into the country for exploration and vacations. However, there are procedures stated by the German Government for precautions.
- There are nationwide restrictions in several regions of the countries, including some pasted as signposts in certain venues. Travelers should take note.
- One household can meet another outside, and social distancing must be adhered to strictly.
- Schools in the country are gradually re – opening. However, personal hygiene, social distancing and increased digital learning have been put in place.
- Hospitals and care homes that have no active COVID – 19 cases can now start developing plans for receiving visitors again.
- Working from home is still recommended whenever possible.
- Shops have been re – opened, but they are subject to limits on the number of customers per square meter.
- In terms of sports, outdoor non – contact sports are permitted even football has resumed under closed doors.
- Local conditions of region to region varies when it comes to opening and closing hours of restaurants, hotels, theatres, cinemas, bars, trade fairs, and other facilities.
- Wearing a face mask is required in certain public areas in all of Germany’s 16 states.
For more enquiries: Visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/germany/coronavirus