German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said his government plans to abolish epidemiological measures related to entry into the country during the summer.
For now, foreigners who want to enter Germany need to produce a certificate of vaccination against Covid-19 or a negative test or proof that they have had the disease.
Lauterbach said the rules apply to everyone over the age of 12, regardless of where they come from, and that they will be suspended from June 1 to the end of August. As of the beginning of March, Germany no longer classifies countries as high or low risk.
The number of new coronavirus cases in Germany has been steadily declining, and most of the restrictive measures have been lifted. However, the government has announced that it will provide an additional 830 million euros for the purchase of vaccines that will help suppress the outbreak of possible variants of coronavirus in the fall.
To remind, all passengers who have a residence in Serbia and want to enter Germany must register electronically beforehand, and they must have a certificate of vaccination (only Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are accepted by the German authorities) or a negative test or proof of having had the disease.
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