Germany Requires Negative Coronavirus Test for Entry
All travelers who plan to enter Germany are now required to show a negative coronavirus test.
The new rule states that the test has to be done 48 hours before the passenger leaves for Germany and it is independent of the coronavirus situation in the country of origin.
Those who cannot produce a negative test will not be allowed onto a plane to Germany.
And if the test is positive, the person has to go into quarantine in the country of origin at their own expense.
The new regulation will be in force until May 12.