The German Ministry of Health has decided to cancel anti-COVID restrictions for travelers to the country from June 1, the order will be valid until the end of August, the Tagesschau portal reports.
“Due to the decrease in the number of people infected with coronavirus, Germany from June 1 suspends the requirement from travelers for a digital covid certificate upon entry until the end of August,” the newspaper writes.
According to the portal, tourists during this period will not need any documents confirming vaccination, a negative test result or a coronavirus.
At the same time, travelers arriving in Germany from countries with common new strains of COVID 19 will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine even if they are vaccinated or have a certificate of illness.
Meanwhile, the head of the German Ministry of Health, Karl Lauterbach, stressed that so far no country has been identified as a zone with virus variants.