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Update August 8: Germany is on England's green list, meaning any travellers returning from there won't need to isolate.
Fully vaccinated travellers aren't required to quarantine on arrival as long as they can show proof of vaccination. If you're not fully vaccinated you'll need to quarantine for 10 days on arrival, although this can be shortened to 5 days with a negative test.
When returning to the UK You'll need to take a PCR test 3 days before you depart and a PCR test on or before day 2 after you return.
Children aged 5-10 only need to take the day 2 test and those under 4 are exempt from any testing or self-isolation.
When you're there:
Private gatherings are restricted to two households, or up to five people. Restrictions are in place, but differ between states, depending on the rate of infection.
Traffic light status:
Germany is on England's green list.
Germany Travel Hub
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