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  1. I am fully vaccinated (Pfizer BioNtech), and due to fly to the UK for four days to see family, but as the UK is now classified as a high incidence area by Robert Koch Institute, I am not even sure if I can go now if, as seems to be the case, a 14 day quarantine is required once I arrive back in Germany. Is anyone else here planning a trip to the UK from Germany soon? What are your thoughts?
  2. UK to Germany travel

    Hi all, I know there is another recent post for travel from Germany to UK but this is about travel from UK to Germany.  Has anyone travelled for personal reasons such as visiting spouse or for very essential reasons (i.e: funeral or weddings)? will the border police control ask for any documents etc?   Thank you.
  3. Hi all, It seems that every Bundesland, or even every city seem to follow the rules for Corona restrictions differently. Can anyone please tell me what is the rule about staying at a Hotel in Berlin during Easter. There seem to be a general limitation as to what circumstances are allowed for hotel stay, generally I understood only business travel is allowed but there perhaps are other exemptions?.  I believe during Xmas it was allowed if one was visiting nearest family for example.  I stayed myself in hotel here in Frankfurt in February when my inconsiderable neighbor was renovating his flat and despite a clear note in renting contract was replacing flooring and i did not wanted to get exposed to asbestos particles ( contract say there is asbestos encapsulated in the floor, why it is prohibited to touch it). At that time I just booked a hotel near my home here in Frankfurt and none even asked a question why I am staying there. So now we want to visit our daughter who lives in Berlin, we will all get tested ect but it our only chance to see each other since the beginning of pandemic so we are all willing to take a risk.