Important pages on the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany

Corona Ordinance for Baden-Wurttemberg (DE) (other languages)

Frequently asked questions on Digital Registration on Entry, the obligation to furnish proof and quarantine on entry 

Information on entry restrictions, testing and quarantine regulations in Germany

"Travellers who have visited a risk area, high incidence area or area of variant of concern in the last ten days must register at before arriving in Germany and carry proof of registration with them upon entry."

Information on the designation of international risk areas (pdf) 
"Obligation to quarantine: Travellers who have spent time in a risk area, must make their way directly to their home – or other place of accommodation at the destination – upon arrival and remain isolated there for a period of ten days (home quarantine). Persons who have spent time in an area of variants of concern prior to entry, must quarantine for 14 days. [...] Following a stay in an area of variants of concern, the duration of quarantine may not be shortened."


This must be activated by all persons at all times. 

Initial access to the site

This year, in order to receive an entry ticket, everyone must upload proof that they are either fully vaccinated, recovered or tested as early as possible.

Persons with full vaccination status agains SARS-CoV-2 must upload their digital EU vaccination certificate ( in the My Account section before Monday, 20210809 18:00 CEST. 

Persons that have recovered from SARS-CoV-2 must upload a positive PCR test taken in the time range from 20210220 until 20210718 before Monday, 20210809 18:00 CEST.

All persons that are not fully vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 or have not recovered from a previous infection must take tests prior to arriving at the event. The result of the chosen option must be uploaded in the My Account section of the FSG Website as early as possible, not later than 18:00 CEST on the day preceeding first arrival at the event venue.

  • One polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, taken no longer than 72 h before the time of first arrival at the event venue.
  • Two consecutive antigen (rapid) tests, taken within 48 h to 72 h, with the last one taken no more than 24 h before the time of first arrival at the event venue. If you arrive on Monday, then you need an antigen test from Sunday and Friday. There must be a day's break in between.

My Self-Test Is Positive – What Do I Do Next?

  1. If the self-test result is positive, you are obliged - pursuant to the Corona virus isolation act - to have the result immediately verified by a more reliable PCR test.
  2. Make an appointment for a PCR test (you may call the free number 116117 for non-urgent medical care) and inform the test site in advance about your positive self-test.
  3. You are allowed to break quarantine to have the PCR test done. Precautions (AHA+L; Abstand halten (keeping distance), Hand hygiene, allgemeine Maskenpflicht (general obligation to wear a mask, Lüften (airing)) must be observed and if, possible, do not use public transport.
  4. It is recommended to isolate yourself on a voluntary basis until the PCR test result is verified and to avoid contacts as far as possible. There is an obligation to isolate yourself only from the date a positive PCR test result is available. And only then is a claim for compensation possible pursuant to section 56 of the Infection Protection Law (IfSG).
  5. Inform all your team members and the FSG officials as soon as possible that your test result is positive and avoid direct contact. A positive self-test alone does not oblige your team members to isolate themselves.
  6. Upon receipt of notification of a positive PCR test result, the health department will contact you. It is not necessary to contact the health department personally.


The hygiene officer of FSG is Esther Tromp. Please use the provided links on your MyAccount page for any questions:

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