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New Entry Regulations

27.06.2021 - Article

As of June 25th 2021, Germany has opened its borders to fully vaccinated people. Entry from third countries will generally be permitted again starting 25 June 2021. The traveler must have received the last vaccination dose that is necessary for full vaccination (in the case of a person who has recovered from coronavirus only one dose is necessary) at least 14 days before the date of travel, and the vaccine the person has received must be among those listed on the website of the Paul Ehrlich Institute


People who have been vaccinated in accordance with these requirements may enter Germany for any travel purpose.


Please note: This does not apply to entry from countries categorized as areas of virus variants of concern; restrictions on entry or transport from areas of virus variants of concern also apply to fully vaccinated people. The State of Kuwait is not categorized as an area of virus variants at the moment. For further reference and updates please check the website of the Robert Koch Institute.


From 28th of June 2021 our visa application center VFS will open for visa-application process.



I M P O R T A N T

You may only travel to Germany if you’re fully vaccinated and have received the following Covid-19 vaccines listed on the above mentioned Website:

   



Persons under the age of six do not require proof of a negative test. Persons between the Age of 6 and 12 and who are not yet vaccinated may enter the Country with proof of negative test (PCR test or Antigen test) when accompanied by at least one fully vaccinated parent.


If you do not require a visa, please present your vaccination card within the IMMUNE app - or the KUWAIT MOBILE ID app at the airline counter at the Airport.


If you are not vaccinated with one of the a.m. vaccines it is still not permissible to travel to Germany since all other earlier restrictions are still in place.


Please bear in mind that PCR-tests are no substitute for the absence of a valid vaccination.


List of approved vaccines in Germany:



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