Germany lifts quarantine requirement for COVID-vaccinated travelers
Update. The German government eased entry restrictions for travelers, allowing people who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from the coronavirus to enter the country without any quarantine obligation. With the exception of those entering Germany from «virus variant areas,» such as India or Brazil, travelers who hold appropriate proof of recovery or vaccination will no longer be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result upon arrival. The countries classified as risk, high incidence or virus variant areas are listed on the website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). The new coronavirus entry regulation enters into force on May 13.
Updated 05/13/2021 at 10:16 PM
Germany adds 267 deaths this Thursday from coronavirus, 85,718 in total.
According to the latest data, currently in Germany there are 240,858 active cases of COVID-19 after confirming 13,142 new positive and 17,430 high medical on Thursday. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the total number of infected has risen to 3,577,636 , with 3,251,060 recovered and 85,718 deaths .
Most affected places in Germany
The regions of Germany that are being most affected by the spread of the coronavirus are:
- North Rhine-Westphalia , with 778,353 infections (+3,947 new positives) and 16,170 deaths, the region with the most affected at this time.
- Bavaria , with 620,895 infections (+2,587 new confirmed cases) and 14,539 deaths.
- Baden-Wuerttemberg , with 473,405 infections (+28 new cases) and 9,640 deaths.