Germany Drops Nearly All COVID-19 Restrictions for Summer

Munich, Germany
Munich, Germany

In time for summer travel, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) announced that the country is dropping its "3G" rule, which required travellers to either show proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or provide a negative test when entering Germany.

Now, international travellers, including Canadians, can enter Germany without needing to show proof of their COVID-19 status. According to the GNTB, this change will stay in place until at least 31AUG 2022.

Earlier this year, Germany also dropped its mask mandates. The only COVID-19 rule still remaining in place requires people to wear masks on public transportation.

For more information on Germany's travel restrictions, visit the web site of its Federal Foreign Office.

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