Corona Information Update! Travelling to and in Brandenburg during the Corona Pandemic

  1. Current Information
  2. Up-to-date information on infection levels in the districts and communities
  3. Hygiene advice and important regulations
  4. Here again at last: Discover what you can do …

Owing to the rapid increase in Corona infection rates, the Brandenburg government has passed new Corona containment regulations, which will be in effect from 15 November until 5 December 2021.

The most important information for your visit to Brandenburg:

Face Masks
Clinical or FFP2 masks are mandatory in enclosed public spaces, e.g. in shops, restaurants, cultural institutions, sports facilities, body care service facilities and on public transport.

Hygiene and Social Distancing Regulations

  • The general hygiene regulations must be observed.
  • In public spaces, keep a distance of 1.5 metres from other people.

The ”2G“ rule (entry restricted to vaccinated (geimpft) or recovered (genesen) people under the age of 12*) applies

  • in restaurants, cafés etc.
  • in hotels and guesthouses
  • in swimming pools, saunas, thermal spas and wellness centres
  • on city bus tours, coaches and boat trips
  • in cinemas (except drive-in), theatres, opera houses
  • in casinos and betting shops
  • in discotheques, clubs and at festivals
  • at fairs and exhibitions
  • at entertainment events

Furthermore, personal contact data will be collected for contact tracing.

*The 2G rule does not apply to young people under the age of 18 and people who for health reasons cannot be vaccinated (medical certificate required). These people must present a negative test result. Adults who have not been vaccinated must also wear an FFP2 mask.

The “3G”rule (entry restricted to vaccinated (geimpfte) or recovered (genesene) people or others presenting a negative lateral flow test) applies

  • on campsites for tents, mobile homes and caravans
  • in holiday homes and apartments
  • on charter boats
  • in indoor sports facilities and playgrounds (2G rule may apply)
  • in sports and fitness centres
  • at body care service facilities (e.g. hairdressers, with the exception of medical, therapeutic and care services)

Furthermore, personal contact data will be collected for contact tracing.

The following will be accepted as proof of status:

People who are fully vaccinated must confirm their status by presenting a vaccination card, a digital vaccination certificate or a printout of the QR code. Those who have recovered from Corona must present the positive PCR test which was taken at least 28 days and no more than six months earlier.

Proof of a negative test (lateral flow or PCR) is required to have been issued at an official test centre, by the person´s employer or following a lateral flow test (self test) carried out under supervision at the location. The result must not be more than 24 hours old.

Personal contact data will also be collected for contact tracing

  • at museums, galleries, planetariums and memorial sites
  • at wildlife parks and enclosures, zoos and botanical gardens

Festivals, Christmas Markets and other Special Markets (outdoor areas)

  • Personal contact data will be collected at the entrance for contact tracing.
  • Where visitor numbers exceed 1,000, the “3G” rule will apply (entry restricted to vaccinated or recovered people or others presenting a negative lateral flow test). Organisers have the option of instating the “2G” rule.

Private Gatherings and Celebrations

Private celebrations and other gatherings with family or friends that take place on private property or in public or rented spaces are permitted for up to 100 guests out of doors for up to 50 guests present at the same time in enclosed spaces.

Arriving in Brandenburg from Abroad

The new nationwide Corona entry regulations apply in Brandenburg. Visitors arriving from high-risk, high-incidence or virus variant areas abroad must register online at einreiseanmeldung.de before entering the country and carry proof of registration with them. Where digital registration is not technically possible, a paper alternative is available. After arriving in Brandenburg, visitors from high-risk and high-incidence areas must immediately go into quarantine for ten days. This can be ended early with a negative test, proof of recovery or proof of vaccination (transmitted via the website einreiseanmeldung.de). For anyone arriving from a high-incidence area, the test and subsequent lifting of quarantine restrictions cannot take place until five days after arrival at the earliest.

On covid-plz-check.de you can check the case rates during the past 7 days by entering the postcode of your holiday destination. Here (kkm.brandenburg.de) you will find an up-to-date overview of 7-day infection levels in Brandenburg´s cities and rural areas.

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Holidays in Brandenburg: Safe for sure!

  • Desinfektionspender im Hotel Desinfektionspender im Hotel, Picture: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann

Hospitality with Responsibility

When it comes to planning a vacation, each and everyone's health is the guiding principle. Our Brandenburg “Hospitality with Responsibility” seal provides the right kind of guidance, whether digitally or directly at your destination.

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