Since October 24th, Singapore is classified as a COVID high-risk area. This classification as a risk area is the result of a joint analysis and decision-making process by the Federal Ministry of Health, the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community for areas outside the Federal Republic of Germany for which a particularly increased risk of infection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has been identified.
Travelers who have spent time in Singapore within 10 days prior to entering the Federal Republic of Germany will have to be
a) fully vaccinated or
b) need to demonstrate an important reason for entering Germany.
In each individual case, the decision to enter Germany is taken only at the border with Germany by the competent German border authorities. The German missions abroad have no influence on this decision to enter Germany.
Kindly also consult the website of the specific German federal state to which you are travelling or in which you have your residence or intend to stay for more details, as rules may vary from state to state.
- An overview of competent federal state authorities can be found here: Overview
- The Robert Koch Institute publishes a continuously updated list of risk areas: Robert Koch Institute
- Information for persons entering Germany by the Federal Ministry of Health in connection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2: Federal Ministry of Health
- Coronavirus and entry restrictions: 6 things travellers to Germany need to know
- A useful of collection links and Information in English on the Covid-19 Pandemic in Germany is available on the website of the Commissioner for Integration of the Federal Government