Germany suspends covid passport for three months
Germany suspended the obligation to present the covid passport to enter the country from June 1st and for three months. According to this measure, travelers must not present the document that proves that they are vaccinated, that they have overcome the disease or that they have a recent negative test.
Strict regulations remain for travelers from countries dominated by the most aggressive variants of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which causes the disease covid-19, who must undergo 12 days of quarantine, regardless of whether or not they are vaccinated. Currently, there is no country under this qualification, according to the parameters of the Robert Koch Institute, but the norm remains in case this situation is repeated in these three months.
COVID-19 measures differ from place to place and change frequently. Check the German National Tourist Board website to find out which measures are in place in the locations you plan to visit.
All individuals, including vaccinated individuals, should continue to prioritize basic health precautions as long-term immunity against COVID-19 is still being investigated.