On 25 September, the German Government issued a travel warning for Tyrol with immediate effect. The travel warning is open-ended and will be lifted as soon as the number of coronavirus cases drops sufficiently.
People travelling from a risk area must now
- Either: present a negative COVID-19 test certificate on entering Germany, which must be no more than 48-hours old.
- Or: proceed directly to their home or destination where they must self-isolate for two weeks. They must immediately notify their local health authority.
Crossing the border into Germany
- No health/quarantine checks are carried out at the border crossings that are subject to federal police checks (Passau, Salzburg-Walserberg and Kufstein motorways). Citizens entering from risk areas must report to their local health authority and are solely responsible for doing so!