Germany is changing the entry rules for Russian tourists: despite initial plans, the country decided not to tighten the entry rules for coronavirus from October 1, extending the simplified border crossing procedure for tourists at least until January 31, 2023. The German government has announced that the country will continue to apply relaxed entry rules for all travelers. All incoming travelers will still be allowed to enter the country without a certificate of vaccination, recovery or tests.
“Entering Germany will remain uncomplicated until January 31, 2023: everyone who enters Germany does not need to prove that they have been vaccinated against, cured of, or tested,” the government said in a statement.
At the same time, the government officially stressed that the current strict rules for registration, confirmation and quarantine will remain in force for travelers from areas with a virus. However, at the moment there are no “red” lists of countries, so all tourists are allowed entry without restrictions, even if they do not have a certificate of vaccination, recovery or testing.
The second issue is visa barriers. But here, Germany has not yet announced a complete closure for Russians either.
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