En De
Total doses
given
70.8K
People fully
vaccinated
26.4K
% Fully
vaccinated
69.09%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Quarantine
Passenger Locator Form
Health form
Vaccination
Insurance
Insurance
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): No Entry
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): No Entry

Vaccination:

20.04.2022

People who can prove that are recovered from COVID-19 are exempted from contact quarantine; 16/08/2021: events and companies will be able to use Covid-19 certificates. This means that a 'reduced protection concept' can be used for vaccinated; tested or recovered visitors and guests; provided that access is restricted to people with a certificate; 15/09/2021: A certificate that proves vaccination; recovery or a negative test is compulsory for restaurants; bars and clubs as well as for discos; dance halls and businesses in the fields of culture; entertainment and leisure. In outdoor areas; the request for a certificate is optional. Events with more than 50 people may only be held with participants who have a valid Covid-19 certificate. Events with fewer than 50 people; as well as religious events and funerals; are not subject to the certificate requirement.; 03/12/2021 The limit for the certificate requirement for outdoor events will be reduced from 1;000 to 300 people.; 07/12/2021 A certificate is required also for private events with more than ten people.; 01/04/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

20.04.2022

People testing negative for SARS-CoV-2 infection are exempted from contact quarantine; 16/08/2021: events and companies will be able to use Covid-19 certificates. This means that a 'reduced protection concept' can be used for vaccinated; tested or recovered visitors and guests; provided that access is restricted to people with a certificate; 15/09/2021: A certificate that proves vaccination; recovery or a negative test is compulsory for restaurants; bars and clubs as well as for discos; dance halls and businesses in the fields of culture; entertainment and leisure. In outdoor areas; the request for a certificate is optional. Events with more than 50 people may only be held with participants who have a valid Covid-19 certificate. Events with fewer than 50 people; as well as religious events and funerals; are not subject to the certificate requirement.; 03/12/2021 The limit for the certificate requirement for outdoor events will be reduced from 1;000 to 300 people.; 07/12/2021 A certificate is required also for private events with more than ten people.; 01/04/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

17.03.2022

People who can prove that are vaccinated against COVID-19 are exempted from contact quarantine; 16/08/2021: events and companies will be able to use Covid-19 certificates. This means that a 'reduced protection concept' can be used for vaccinated; tested or recovered visitors and guests; provided that access is restricted to people with a certificate; 15/09/2021: A certificate that proves vaccination; recovery or a negative test is compulsory for restaurants; bars and clubs as well as for discos; dance halls and businesses in the fields of culture; entertainment and leisure. In outdoor areas; the request for a certificate is optional. Events with more than 50 people may only be held with participants who have a valid Covid-19 certificate. Events with fewer than 50 people; as well as religious events and funerals; are not subject to the certificate requirement.; 03/12/2021 The limit for the certificate requirement for outdoor events will be reduced from 1;000 to 300 people.; 07/12/2021 A certificate is required also for private events with more than ten people.; 17/02/2022 Gastronomy and leisure facilities can be visited again regardless of vaccination or recovery status and there are no requirements to be observed; participation in private and public events is again possible without a Covid-19 certificate and also the certificates; which are recognized throughout Europe; will continue to be issued; as these will probably continue to be required; especially for international travel.;

16.08.2021

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (available as of 1 July 2021) provides proof that a person has either:

been vaccinated against COVID-19 (vaccine type and manufacturer, number of doses, date of vaccination);

received a negative test result, PCR or rapid antigen, with the name of the test, date and time of test, test centre and result (self-tests are not valid);

recovered from COVID-19 (positive PCR test result valid for 180 days).

When travelling, holders of the EU Digital COVID Certificate will have the same rights as citizens of the visited Member State who have been vaccinated, tested or recovered.