Indians now allowed to travel to Germany; new COVID-19 guidelines issued

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A castle in Germany (Image: Pixabay)
A castle in Germany (Image: Pixabay)

New Delhi : In a piece of good news for Indian travelers, Germany has lifted all travel restrictions for those traveling from India.

According to a report by Times of India, Indians with negative RT-PCR report, complete vaccination certificate or a proof of coronavirus recovery will be allowed to enter Germany without any restrictions.

As mentioned in the news report, travelers from India who are aged 12 years and above, will be required to show proof that they are either fully vaccinated or have tested negative, or have fully recovered from Covid-19 prior to departure, and prior to entering Germany.

Those who have received both the doses of COVID-19 vaccine, that are mentioned or listed on the website of the Paul Ehrlich Institute, will be considered fully vaccinated.

It should be noted that the traveler must have received the second dose of coronavirus vaccine at least 14 days prior to date of arrival.

Importantly, vaccination certificates for those who have been vaccinated with Covishied in India must contain the date of birth or the passport number.