FrFrom today on (20.12.2021), due to the spread of the South African Corona variant Omikron, which is considered particularly contagious, Great Britain has been classified by the federal government as the first European country as a virus variant area. Previously, only countries such as South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe were affected. It is expected to apply until 3 January 2022, but an extension is quite possible.
Last Corona – Updates:
- Information about visa applications for Russian citizens
- Current situation for Ukrainian nationals in Germany and Schengen area￼
- Corona Update, December 20th 2021: Great Britain will be a virus variant again!
- Corona Update, August 15, 2021 – New Corona high-risk areas – quarantine mandatory!
- Corona Update, August 8, 2021 – New Corona Regulations
The classification applies to the whole of Great Britain, including the Isle of Man and all Channel Islands and British overseas territories. Entry from these areas is subjected to a ban on travel by train, bus, ship and air from the UK. Only German citizens or persons living in Germany will be allowed to enter Germany from Great Britain. A two-week quarantine obligation applies to those entering the country, which cannot be shortened by negative corona tests, proven vaccination protection or recovery. Detailed information is available here:
It is to be expected that it could also affect other countries shortly. Travel plans for the next few months should be reviewed and possibly adjusted.
PROGEDO is happy to support you during the pandemic. For example, we offer special quarantine packages for people entering the country. Find out more her:
PROGEDO will also be happy to inform you about the current situation in each federal state upon request.
Another important notice: We have provided all information to the best of our knowledge and in good conscience. We cannot guarantee completeness, nor are we liable for the content provided here. The facts are simply too complex to make this assurance and there are always adjustments and changes being made. In case of any doubt, please contact us directly or find out more by visiting the homepage of the Federal Ministry of Health in Germany.