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Total doses
given
189.5M
People fully
vaccinated
63.5M
% Fully
vaccinated
76.17%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Schools/Univercity closure:

14.09.2022

In the period between December 16; 2020 and January 10; 2021 contacts in schools should be significantly restricted. During this time children should this be cared for at home whenever possible. For this reason; schools will; generally be closed during this period or compulsory attendance is suspended. In some federal states (e.g. Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg) schools are closed; while in others (e.g. Berlin; Brandenburg) compulsory attendance is suspended. Emergency care will be ensured and distance learning will be offered. Additional possibilities will be created for parents during this period to take paid leave.; 5/01/2021: it was decided to extend this measure until 31st January.; 19/01/2020: The Federal state and regional governments decided to extend all measures until 14th February.; 10/02/2021: it was decided that the lockdown will be extended until the 7th March. However; The federal states will decide within the framework of their educational and cultural sovereignty whether to gradually return to face-to-face teaching in schools and whether to expand the range of daycare services.; 3/03/2020: T measure was extended till 28 March.;22/03/2020: the measures in Germany were generally extended until 18th April. However; federal states can decide themselves when they are to open schools again and return to face-to-face lessons. The measures in the school setting can differ by federal state. Generally; schools have not returned to practice as usual; but class sizes are reduced; half of the pupil are taught in class and the other half at home. Graduating classes have often returned to school. 23/04/2021: With changes to the Infection Protection Act; face-to-face teaching is only possible if all students can be tested at least twice a week. From a 7-day incidence of 100 per 100 000; alternating lessons are mandatory - but only up to a 7-day incidence of 165. If the value climbs above this; schools have to close and switch to distance teaching.; 22/06/2021: summer holidays start in parts of the country from the 22/06 to 20/07. Despite school closures; this measure was still active.;

14.09.2022

In the period between December 16; 2020 and January 10; 2021 contacts in schools should be significantly restricted. During this time children should this be cared for at home whenever possible. For this reason; schools will; generally be closed during this period or compulsory attendance is suspended. In some federal states (e.g. Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg) schools are closed; while in others (e.g. Berlin; Brandenburg) compulsory attendance is suspended. Emergency care will be ensured and distance learning will be offered. Separate regulations can be stipulated for graduating classes. Additional possibilities will be created for parents during this period to take paid leave.; 5/01/2021: it was decided to extend this measure until 31st January.;19/01/2021: the Federal state and regional governments decided to extend all measures until 14th February.; 10/02/2021: it was decided that the lock down will be extended until the 7th March. However; The federal states will decide within the framework of their educational and cultural sovereignty whether to gradually return to face-to-face teaching in schools and whether to expand the range of daycare services.; 3/03/2021: the measure was extended till 28th March.; 22/03/2021: Measures in Germany where generally extended until 18th April. However; federal states can decide themselves when they are to open schools again and return to face-to-face lessons. The measures in the school setting can differ by federal state. Generally; schools have not returned to practice as usual; but class sizes are reduced; half of the pupil are taught in class and the other half at home. Graduating classes have often returned to school. To find more detailed information on measures in schools; it is best to check the website of the federal state of interest. With changes to the Infection Protection Act which came into force 23rd April; face-to-face teaching is only possible if all students can be tested at least twice a week. From a 7-day incidence of 100 per 100 000; alternating lessons are mandatory - but only up to a 7-day incidence of 165. If the value climbs above this; schools have to close and switch to distance teaching.; 24/06/2021: The summer holidays started on 24/06/2021 and despite school closures; this measure was still active.;

20.06.2022

Some federal states opened the primary schools only end of June (e.g. Hessen 22.06.2020/ Baden-Wuerttemberg 29/06/2020).

16.06.2022

As of 13/03/2020 most federal states decided to introduce school closings and daycare closures from the beginning of the next week.

16.06.2022

Kindergarten opened in some federal states only end of June/beginning of July (e.g. Niedersachen 22 June or Bavaria 1.07.2020).

16.03.2022

09/2021: Measures for schools per region.; 27/10/21 SH and HH masks only for non vaccinated.; 01/04/2022: mask requirements and other restrictions dropped.

11.10.2021

In the period between December 16; 2020 and January 10; 2021 contacts in schools should be significantly restricted. During this time children should this be cared for at home whenever possible. For this reason; schools will; generally be closed during this period or compulsory attendance is suspended. In some federal states (e.g. Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg) schools are closed; while in others (e.g. Berlin; Brandenburg) compulsory attendance is suspended. Emergency care will be ensured and distance learning will be offered. Separate regulations can be stipulated for graduating classes. Additional possibilities will be created for parents during this period to take paid leave. On 5th January it was decided to extend this measure until 31st January. On 19th January the Federal state and regional governments decided to extend all measures until 14th February. On 10th February it was decided that the lock down will be extended until the 7th March. However; The federal states will decide within the framework of their educational and cultural sovereignty whether to gradually return to face-to-face teaching in schools and whether to expand the range of daycare services. On 3rd March the measure was extended till 28th March. On 22nd March measures in Germany where generally extended until 18th April. However; federal states can decide themselves when they are to open schools again and return to face-to-face lessons. The measures in the school setting can differ by federal state. Generally; schools have not returned to practice as usual; but class sizes are reduced; half of the pupil are taught in class and the other half at home. Graduating classes have often returned to school. To find more detailed information on measures in schools; it is best to check the website of the federal state of interest. With changes to the Infection Protection Act which came into force 23rd April; face-to-face teaching is only possible if all students can be tested at least twice a week. From a 7-day incidence of 100 per 100 000; alternating lessons are mandatory - but only up to a 7-day incidence of 165. If the value climbs above this; schools have to close and switch to distance teaching.

11.10.2021

In the period between December 16; 2020 and January 10; 2021 contacts in schools should be significantly restricted. During this time children should this be cared for at home whenever possible. For this reason; schools will; generally be closed during this period or compulsory attendance is suspended. In some federal states (e.g. Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg) schools are closed; while in others (e.g. Berlin; Brandenburg) compulsory attendance is suspended. Emergency care will be ensured and distance learning will be offered. Additional possibilities will be created for parents during this period to take paid leave. On 5th January it was decided to extend this measure until 31st January. On 19th January the Federal state and regional governments decided to extend all measures until 14th February. On 10th February it was decided that the lock down will be extended until the 7th March. However; The federal states will decide within the framework of their educational and cultural sovereignty whether to gradually return to face-to-face teaching in schools and whether to expand the range of daycare services. On 3 March the measure was extended till 28 March. On 22nd March measures in Germany where generally extended until 18th April. However; federal states can decide themselves when they are to open schools again and return to face-to-face lessons. The measures in the school setting can differ by federal state. Generally; schools have not returned to practice as usual; but class sizes are reduced; half of the pupil are taught in class and the other half at home. Graduating classes have often returned to school. To find more detailed information on measures in schools; it is best to check the website of the federal state of interest. With changes to the Infection Protection Act which came into force 23rd April; face-to-face teaching is only possible if all students can be tested at least twice a week. From a 7-day incidence of 100 per 100 000; alternating lessons are mandatory - but only up to a 7-day incidence of 165. If the value climbs above this; schools have to close and switch to distance teaching.

16.06.2021

In the period between December 16; 2020 and January 10; 2021 contacts in schools should be significantly restricted. During this time children should this be cared for at home whenever possible. For this reason; schools will; generally be closed during this period or compulsory attendance is suspended. In some federal states (e.g. Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg) schools are closed; while in others (e.g. Berlin; Brandenburg) compulsory attendance is suspended. Emergency care will be ensured and distance learning will be offered. Day care centres will proceed in the same way. Additional possibilities will be created for parents during this period to take paid leave. On 5th January it was decided to extend this measure until 31st January. On 19th January the Federal state and regional governments decided to extend all measures until 14th February. On 10th February it was decided that the lock down will be extended until the 7th March. However; The federal states will decide within the framework of their educational and cultural sovereignty whether to gradually return to face-to-face teaching in schools and whether to expand the range of daycare services. On 3rd March the measure was extended till 28th March. On 22nd March measures in Germany where generally extended until 18th April. However; federal states can decide themselves when they are to open schools and daycare again. Consequently; measures in the school and daycare setting can differ by federal state. In some federal states; daycare may have returned to usual practice; while in others it is still in emergency state and only hosting a limited number of children. To find more detailed information on measures in schools; it is best to check the website of the federal state of interest. With changes to the Infection Protection Act which came into force 23rd April; face-to-face teaching is only possible if all students can be tested at least twice a week. From a 7-day incidence of 100 per 100 000; alternating lessons are mandatory - but only up to a 7-day incidence of 165. If the value climbs above this; schools have to close and switch to distance teaching. According to the new changes to the Infection Protection Act (implemented 23 April); regular care in day-care centers is prohibited from a 7-day incidence of 165 per 100 000;

12.02.2021

Some federal states opened the schools mid June (e.g. Baden-Wuerttemberg 15 June 2020). Bavaria was the last one to open schools for all (though some classes; e.g. graduating classes; have been opened already earlier).

03.12.2020

Some federal states opened the primary schools only end of June (e.g. Hessen 22.06.2020/ Baden-Wuerttemberg 29/06/2020).

03.12.2020

Kindergarten opened in some federal states only end of June/beginning of July (e.g. Niedersachen 22 June or Bavaria 1.07.2020).

19.10.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 03 August 2020 to 31 December 2020

Distance and hygiene measures to be respected. Presence is organised in shifts. In addition, wearing masks in schools is recommended but in some states schools can decide.

28.07.2020

As of 13/03/2020 most federal states decided to introduce school closings and daycare closures from the beginning of the next week. Stepwise opening planned from 4 May https://www.bundesregierung.de/breg-de/themen/coronavirus/

14.07.2020

Schools opened again in all federal states from 15/06/2020 - Bavaria last one to open schools for all (graduating classes and others have been opened before)

14.07.2020

Day care opened in Berlin in phases starting 14/05. In other federal states day cares also opened (e.g. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Hamburg on 18/05). Some other federal states currently only have an emergency operation in place and will only go back to normal later in the summer (1/06 Schleswig-Holstein and 1/08 in Lower Saxony)

19.05.2020

As of 13/03/2020 most federal states decided to introduce school closings and daycare closures from the beginning of the next week.

22.03.2020

As of 13/03/2020 most federal states decided to introduce school closings and daycare closures from the beginning of the next week. Stepwise opening planned from 4 May. (second link).

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