On Tuesday, the German Interior Ministry announced that Germany would be reopened to the fully-vaccinated travelers from several non-European countries, including the United States. The reopening date is June 25, and since this time, unnecessary traveling from the United States, Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia, Lebanon, Taiwan, Macau, and Hong Kong can restart.
Also, the quarantine restrictions have already been eliminated for American tourists if they provide proof of vaccination or the proof of recovery from COVID-19 (issued at least 28 days but not more than 6 months before arrival), or recent negative COVID-19 test result, According to Germany’s Foreign Office website.
Authorities say that vaccinated travelers still need to provide a negative PCR test result or antigen test. They also need to complete the online registration form. Vaccinated tourists must have received one of the approved vaccines by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and Germany’s medical regulator, including the two-dose Moderna, Pfizer, or AstraZeneca (not used in the U.S.). Besides, 14 days must be elapsed since the time of taking the final dose.