COVID-19 – Infos and Regulations
All COVID-19 entry restrictions to Germany have been lifted
As of 11 June 2022, all entries to Germany are permitted again for all travel purposes, including visiting trips and tourism.
Proof of vaccination, proof of convalescence or proof of testing is no longer required.
Currently, no states are designated as areas of variant of concern. Exceptions only for persons residing in China.
Also, social distancing or wearing masks inside buildings are not mandatory anymore.
However, as you know, we are going to have a broad range of attendees, among whom a number are in high-risk categories. That is why we still ask you to please be respectful of others and be prepared to take extra safety precautions, as needed.
Official COVID Info Pages
The Technical University requires that the Congress operate under the Berlin Senate’s official COVID-19 Ordinance (Infektionsschutzverordnung).
You can also follow the latest updates on what is required by The Governing Mayor of Berlin – Senate Chancellery, on the Measures against the coronavirus webpage, specifically the section Public and private events.
If you are travelling to Berlin from abroad, we recommend reading the Official COVID-19: entry and quarantine regulations info page from the German Federal Foreign Office for the latest up-to-date regulations.
Official Berlin Senate pages
For more languages please visit the German pages, and use either Google Translate or DeepL to view the pages in your language.
Google Translate and DeepL work similarly. Just copy the text you wish to translate to your computer’s/phone clipboard and paste in the left input field here on the respective Tranlate page: Google Translate / DeepL
Detailed instructions for Google Translate.
During registration, we will ask you to tick a box that you have read this Info page and are aware that regulations might change.
If your circumstances or the COVID rules don’t allow you to attend, you can apply for a
full refund, minus a 40 Euros administrative fee.
Please be prepared to provide details about your specific situation, if asked.