Corona: EU measures update (03.05.2021)

Germany has made some changes to the categorization of countries.

Three major changes took place::

  1. The Mosselle region (France) no longer is a virus variant area but an area with a high incidence.

Drivers must register in advance via this link and only have to submit a negative corona test if they are staying in Germany for more than 72 hours.

Attention: Germany has a “cooling off period” of 10 days. Up to and including May 11th, drivers for journeys that took place in the Moselle region up to and including May 1st, will have to register via this link and have to submit a negative corona test.

2. Bulgaria and the Czech Republic are no longer areas of high incidence but areas of risk.

Drivers no longer have to register in advance and do not have to submit a negative corona test if they stay in Germany for more than 72 hours.

Attention: Germany has a “cooling off period” of 10 days. Untill May 11th, drivers whos journeys took place in Bulgaria and/or the Czech Republic up to and including May 1st, will have to register via this link¬†and submit a negative corona test if the driver is staying in Germany for more than 72 hours.

3. Lithuania has been categorized as a high incidence area since May 2nd.

Drivers must register in advance via this link and only have to submit a negative corona test if they are staying in Germany for more than 72 hours.

Source: Febetra – update 03.05.2021