Friday, 22 October 2021 02:33 GMT

Germany Lifts Travel Restrictions for GCC Travellers


(MENAFN- Dubai PR Network)

  • The German National Tourist Office welcomes the decision of the German Federal Government to allow travel to Germany from Bahrain and the UAE, regardless of vaccination status 
  • Based on a recommendation of the Council of the European Union, Germany has implemented and updated its entry restrictions


Dubai, UAE – October 13, 2021:   The German Federal Government has included Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to the German safe list, reducing COVID-19 implemented restrictions for travellers. The news follows the previous inclusions of Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia to the list.  


The reduction in restrictions applies to all travellers twelve years and above regardless of individual vaccination status, with visitors now able to provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travel, a valid vaccination certificate, or proof of recovery. 


“The new travel regulations for GCC visitors makes travel to Germany easier and more appealing for travellers,” commented Yamina Sofo, Director of Sales and Marketing of the German National Tourist Office.“The winter season remains an important travel period for Germany, and this news will support regional travellers' interest in exploring the array of festive seasonal markets, spa and wellness retreats, and outdoor sporting activities across Germany.” 


The EU issues and updates its recommendations to member states regularly. The safe list is reviewed and revised every two weeks by the EU authorities and members states. 

 


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