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EU-wide entry restrictions remain in force. For Germany, these restrictions are issued by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI). Please check with the BMI prior to your trip to find out what regulations apply specifically with regard to the country from which you plan to enter Germany.
In principle, entry is possible from:
- EU member states
- states associated with Schengen: Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein
- other countries from which entry is possible in light of the epidemiological situation assessment by the EU.
Travellers who have visited a high-risk area or area of variant of concern in the last ten days must register at www.einreiseanmeldung.de before arriving in Germany and carry proof of registration with them upon entry.
During the conference
The following measures and rules of conduct serve to ensure the maximum possible health protection during the conference.
- Distance regulation: keep 1.5 m distance when possible
- Wearing of mouth-nose protection is obligatory if the minimum distance cannot be kept
- Hand disinfection columns will be stationed throughout the conference venue; please use them regularly
- No shaking hands, adherence to sneezing and coughing etiquette
Requirements for participation
The requirements for participation depend on higher-level regulations of the State of Saxony and the Federal Republic of Germany and can change according to the development of the pandemic. We currently assume that the following requirements will apply:
- No symptoms of disease
- No contact with an infected person within the last 14 days
- All participants have to be either fully vaccinated, recovered or tested (PCR test only). Please bring proof of this with you.
- For those, who as an exception cannot provide proof of being vaccinated, recovered or tested, we offer a test station in the entrance area of the congress centre. Participation is only possible, if the test result is negative.