On this page we will summarize all the information about entry restrictions and quarantine regulations in Germany and the federal state of saxony. Due to constantly changes we try to update these information as soon as possible.
1. Important web pages and documents
information on entry restrictions and quarantine regulations in Germany:
information on the designation of international risk areas by german government:
German ordinance on protection against risks of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus posed by persons entering the country:
digital entry registration
2021 ICF COVID-19 PROTOCOL – PRINCIPLES & SUMMARY
How do we avoid quarantine rules?
Persons exempt from quarantine if they are accredited by the respective organising committee for the preparation, implementation and follow-up of international competition or participation therein. As long as they have not been in a virus variant region in the ten days preceding their entry. (see international risk areas here)
Therefore we ask you to send us a list of all your team members (to firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information so we can prepare an invitation letter to confirm your participation at the World Cup #2:
- family name, first name
- date of birth
- passport number, date of issue, date of expiry
Are there any special entry rules when travelling from WC #1 in Prague to Germany?
At the moment Czech Republic is listed as Risk Area. Therefore you need a digital entry registration and a negative PCR test for entering Germany. Further information you can find here (there are some special rules for persons who have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19). Please also notice the ICF COVID Protocol.
Are there any restrictions on going outside or to supermarkets ect.?
There is basically no bubble (hotel/venue). Depending on 7-day incidence there are some special restrictions:
- night-time curfew from 10pm to 5am
- restaurants: closed (only click & collect or delivery services are allowed)
- DIY-stores: closed
Where do have to wear a mask?
- supermarkets and all other markets (also on car parks)
- restaurants when collection your order
- any public area when there is the possibility to meet other people
Basically there are at least medical masks needed. Cloth face masks are not allowed!