As of today, France is considered a high incidence area.
If you want to travel to Germany from there, you need proof of a negative corona test result. France now has a seven-day incidence of over 300. The entry requirements for the French Moselle department on the border with Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate are even stricter. Anyone coming to Germany from there must adhere to a quarantine of 14 days.
Further articles on the coronavirus
We have created a news blog. Given the large amount of information, this provides an overview of the most important current developments.
+ Covid-19: Current figures on the coronavirus in Germany (as of March 28)
+ Holidays: What will happen to the Easter holiday? (As of March 23)
Test and protection
+ Protection: The vaccination ordinance: who will be vaccinated first, who will be vaccinated later? (As of March 4th)
+ Vaccination appointment: how can I get vaccinated when and where? (As of March 4th)
+ Vaccines: When children could also be vaccinated (as of March 26)
+ Vaccinations: What is known about the side effects of vaccines (as of March 19)
+ Sick people: New findings in the search for drugs (as of March 8th)
Treatment: How does an antibody drug work and when is it useful? (As of February 26th)
Contagion and Transmission
+ Virus variants: how dangerous are the new mutations of the coronavirus? (Status: 13.03.)
+ Opponents of infection protection measures: What AfD and lateral thinkers have to do with the spread of the coronavirus in Germany (as of 02/09)
+ Transfer: What role aerosols play (as of January 22)
+ Excess mortality: how deadly is the coronavirus really? (Status: 13.03.)
+ Travel warning: The current list of risk areas (as of March 27)
You can also find the Dlf news on Twitter at: @DLFNews.
This message was broadcast on March 28th, 2021 on Deutschlandfunk.