The latest information on how coronavirus is affecting travel to Germany

Germany is best prepared for crises. Above all, Germany's network of competence centres and health care system is unparalleled internationally. The Federal Republic has a very good disease warning and reporting system and pandemic plans.

Entry Regulations from High Risk Areas

Mother and child with face mask and hand sanitiser ©gettyimages (FamVeld)

Entry regulations from non-risk areas

Munich: Woman waiting at empty departure gate, wearing a protective face mask ©Getty Images (Kathrin Ziegler)

During your stay

Man in protective mask paying with credit card in restaurant ©gettyimages (Westend61)

Fair participants

Businessman with face mask on the escalator ©gettyimages (Westend61)

Current information about restrictions according to the respective federal states

Current information about restrictions according to the respective federal states



Central sources of information

  • Further information on the novel Coronavirus can be found on the website of the Robert Koch Institute
  • Current assessments of the situation on the World Health Organization website

Note: This page is based on official information from the German authorities and is regularly updated by us. We strive to keep it updated with the latest changes, but as this kind of information may be due to change quickly or vary in the respective federal states. We therefore ask you to check the relevant pages of the federal government and the federal states before planning your trip. Please note that the GNTB accepts no liability for the accuracy of the information.