The Germany government has reclassified India, the UK, Russia, Portugal and Nepal as “high-incidence areas”, allowing travellers to enter the country after producing a negative test on arrival.
The Robert Koch Institute said for delta variant:-
The Robert Koch Institute, a German federal government agency responsible for disease control and prevention, said that India, Nepal, Russia, Portugal and the UK have been downgraded to “high-incidence areas” from the current categorisation . This would make it easier for travellers who are not German residents or citizens to enter the country.
The current rules in Germany allow only its citizens to enter the country from a different nation and are subjected to two-week quarantine, regardless of their vaccination status. The “high-incidence areas” status will allow anyone from such countries to enter Germany provided they produce a negative test on arrival and quarantine on arrival for 10 days