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07.03.2022 - Article

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Our booking System is active.

Please note that the appointments shown online are the only and earliest appointments available. Unfortunately, because of the exceptionally high demand at present, it is possible that the next available appointments are only in several weeks.

When booking an appointment, please make allowance for the waiting time, as it is not possible at present, due to high demand, to offer appointments at short notice. In consideration of others, please refrain from booking multiple appointments.

Emergency appointments can only be issued in individual cases in an extreme emergency (for example death or illness in the family). In each case, you will need to produce evidence (death certificate, doctor’s certificate or the like), which may be verified.

Only in that case, please send us an Contact Form.

We make every effort to answer enquiries promptly. However, given the high volume of enquiries, it may take some time for us to get back to you.

German passport law does not provide any option to book passports online or by mail. You have to apply for your passport in person because we need to take your fingerprints for biometric passports.

There are reduced flight connections to and from Germany. Cancellations at short notice are possible. Ferry service from and to Ireland is available. Therefore, please check the websites of the airlines and the websites of the ferry companies.

 

Ireland is currently not classified as a risk area.

Travellers to Germany must

• present a recent negative test result unless they present proof they are recovered or vaccinated.

Children under twelve years of age are exempt from presenting any of the above.

Detailed information on the entry requirements to Germany and the requirements for test, vaccination or recovery certificates can be found on the Website of the Federal Government and on the Website of the Federal Ministry of Health.

Please have a look at www.pei.de/impfstoffe/covid-19 for information on the current requirements for the recognition of proof of vaccination.

Additional helpful Information can be found on the Website of the Federal Foreign Office.


Detailed information on who is allowed to enter Germany from Northern Ireland and the entry requirements from Northern Ireland to Germany can be found on the Website of the Federal Ministry of Health.

For detailed Information on the entry requirements to Ireland, please have a look at our travel and security advice on Ireland and at the website of the Irish Government.


For detailed information on quarantine regulations in Ireland, please have a look at our travel and security advice on Ireland and at the website of the Irish Government.

Information on the implementation of the (EU) vaccination certificate in Germany and the CovPass app can be found on the website of the Robert Koch Institute.

Information on the implementation of the (EU) vaccination certificate (EU Digital COVID certificate) in Ireland can be found on the website of the Irish Government.



General guidance from the Federal Foreign Office on Covid-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions for entry into Germany from many countries apply. Persons entering must complete a digital entry registration. They also have to provide a negative test result or proof of immunity.

COVID-19: entry and quarantine regulations in Germany

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