SINGAPORE: Germany lists Singapore as a “high-risk area” from Sunday (Oct 24), the country’s embassy in Singapore announced.
Those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can still travel to Germany without the need for quarantine, but they must complete a digital entry registration before entering the country, the embassy said in a Facebook post.
According to Germany’s federal foreign office website, an entry registration is required for travellers who have visited a high-risk area or an area of variant concern in the last 10 days. They must carry proof of registration with them upon entry.
Unvaccinated children under 12 years old will need to quarantine for five days upon the arrival.
Germany is one of 11 countries that Singapore has established vaccinated travel lanes with. Travellers to these countries need not be quarantined, but they must test negative for COVID-19 in pre-departure and on-arrival tests.
Apart from Singapore, four other countries – Bulgaria, Cameroon, Croatia and the Republic of Congo – were added to Germany’s “high-risk” list.