The Ordinance on Coronavirus Entry Regulations of 12 May 2021 combines the regulations of the original Ordinance on Coronavirus Entry Regulations; the Coronavirus Protection Ordinance and the Model Quarantine Regulations. It thus regulates the registration; quarantine; and testing requirements as well as the transport ban from areas of virus variant concern for Germany as a whole. Proof of vaccination or of recovery from Covid-19 can replace a negative test certificate and exempt you from quarantine on entry. In the Ordinance on Coronavirus Entry Regulations use has now been made of this possibility to regulate the entry quarantine provisions uniformly at the federal level. The obligation to quarantine will initially be in force until 28 July 2021.; 01/08/2021: Countries are grouped in 'high risk' and 'virus variant'. Travelers without proof of vaccination or recovery should be quarantined for 10 days; which can be shortened to 5 days with the provision of a negative test.; 11/06/2022: Travelers arriving in Germany are no longer obligated to provide proof that they have been vaccinated; recovered; or tested. Hence; quarantine no longer applies.