Travel conditions in Germany. See the list of countries at risk. Romania enters with 7 counties (Update)

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Update August 7: Romania is partially on the list of risk areas. 7 counties have been introduced on the list of risk areas and new travel restrictions are imposed: Argeş, Bihor, Buzău, Neamț, Ialomița, Mehedinți and Timiş.

Initial story: Concidering elimination of the main restrictions applicable to Romanian citizens, who travel between Romania and Germany, we can talk about a return to the specific European normality of freedom of movement. At this time, Romania is NOT considered a "risk area". Free to travel for tourism, business and work purposes.

Travel conditions in Germany

Germany has the list of countries considered risk areas. It has 2 criteria according to which it evaluates the risk of a country. 1. It is established in which states / regions they were over 50 recently infected people per 100.000 inhabitants in the last seven days. 2. It is used qualitative criteria to determine whether there is an increased risk of infection in the case of countries / regions that are below the specified capital limit 1.

Those traveling to the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk zone for the last 14 days prior to entry, may be quarantined according to regulations imposed by the federal regions of Germany.

Please remember: the federal government is continuously examining the extent to which areas can be classified as risk areas. Therefore, there may be short-term changes. Before traveling to Germany, it is a good idea to check if you have been in one of the countries with a high epidemiological risk for the last 14 days.

information existing travel and security from the Federal Office of Foreign Affairs and the information provided by the federal government for travelers and commuters remain valid.

List of countries considered as risk areas

Countries considered at high risk of infection with the new coronavirus: Afghanistan; Egypt; Albania; Algeria; Angola; Antigua and Barbuda; Equatorial Guinea; Argentine; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Ethiopia; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belarus; Belgium - Antwerp; Belize; Benin; Bhutan; Bolivia; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Brazil; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Chile; Costa Rica; Ivory Coast; Dominica; Dominican Republic; Djibouti; Ecuador; El Salvador; Eritrea; eSwatini; Gabon; Gambia; Ghana; Grenade; Guatemala; Guinea; Guinea Bissau; Guyana; Haiti; Honduras; India; Indonesia; Iraq; Iran; Israel; Jamaica; Yemen; Cameroon; Kazakhstan; Qatar; Kenya; Kyrgyzstan; Colombia; Comoros; Congo DR; Republic of the Congo; Korea (People's Republic); Kosovo; Cuba; Kuwait; Lesotho; Lebanon; Liberia; Libya; Luxembourg; Madagascar; Malawi; Maldives; Mali; Morocco; Mauritania; Mexico; Mongolia; Montenegro; Mozambique; Namibia; Nepal; Nicaragua; Niger; Nigeria; Northern Macedonia; Oman; Pakistan; Palestinian territories; Panama; Papua New Guinea; Paraguay; Peru; Philippines; Republic of Moldova; Russia; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Zambia; Sao Tome and Principe; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Serbia; Seychelles; Sierra Leone; Zimbabwe; Somalia; Spain - Aragon, Catalonia, Navarra; Sri Lanka; South Africa; Sudan; South Sudan; Suriname; Syrian Arab Republic; Tajikistan; Tanzania; East Timor; Togo; Trinidad and Tobago; Tschad; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Ukraine; United States; Uzbekistan; Venezuela.

Yes, the list is very long. But we are happy because, for the time being, Romania has not been included.


Given the occurrence of situations in which some persons were denied boarding aircraft from Romania to Germany (due to non-updating of specific internal procedures in accordance with the official German border crossing regime), it is recommended that those who reside or workplace in Germany to have on them documents proving this.

Travel informed and responsible!

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