Requirements for entering Germany
Due to the high growth of infection with the Covid-19 virus in the country, from January 22, 2022, the Republic of Uzbekistan was again included in the list of countries "Hochrisikogebiet – a zone of high risk of infection of the virus." In this regard, passengers planning to enter Germany must fill out an online form before checking in for a flight on the route "Tashkent – Frankfurt".
[ ! ] Otherwise, passengers will be denied admission to the flight.
Everyone entering Germany must comply with the following requirements:
Documents must be in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish and submitted for control by the carrier or at the request of the federal police or the relevant authority upon entering the country.
[ ! ] In the case of a previous stay in areas of "high risk" and areas with "virus variants" must comply with mandatory registration and mandatory quarantine.
List of "high risk" and "virus variant" zones
Duration of quarantine
If we are talking about a "high risk zone", then:
If we are talking about a "zone with virus variants", then:
[ ! ] Violation of the rules can be qualified as an administrative offense, for which a punishment is provided in the form of a monetary fine of up to € 25,000
From November 4, 2021 in Germany, when using public transport (including air travel), all passengers must present one of the following documents:
Documents are accepted in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish.
These rules apply:
Citizens are considered vaccinated if they completed their vaccination series more than 14 days ago with an EU approved vaccine. Both digital and printed certificates are accepted. Approved vaccines:
Certificate of immunity
The certificate of recovery must be confirmed by PCR, LAMP, TMA tests in the period from 28 days to 6 months before departure. Help is accepted both in digital and printed form.
Antigen, PCR, LAMP, TMA tests carried out in certified laboratories are valid. Self-tests are invalid.
These tests should be done:
Exceptions and more information can be found here (in German)
[ ! ] The Ministry of Health of the Federal Republic of Germany recommends that passengers stay in their seats for the entire flight, according to the boarding pass, so that in the event of an infected COVID-19 among passengers, it would be easier to identify those who are near and in contact with it.
[ ! ] Contact the relevant health department or your doctor immediately if you experience typical symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection (shortness of breath, cough, fever, loss of smell or taste) within 10 days of entering the country.
Additional information (in German)
Information for passengers of the German Federal Ministry of Health
International Risk Zone, High Incidence Zone and VOC Zone
Passenger Locator Card
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