Dear Course Participants,
the situation is stable in Germany although the pandemic unfolds, and more and more people are getting vaccinated against Covid-19. Restrictions have been lifted for vaccinated and recovered individuals. The so-called “2G” rule has its name from the two German words “geimpft, genesen ” (vaccinated, recovered). Consequently, if you show proof of one of the “2Gs”, you can go to the movies, the museum, or the swimming pool, to name a few.
And of course, with one of the “2Gs” you can participate in a face-to-face course in the Carl Duisberg Centers and stay in one of our accommodations. In Marburg and Radolfzell also negatviely tested individuals are allowed in the courses according to state regulations („3G“ rule).
The following vaccines are currently accepted in Germany:
Unfortunately other vaccines are at the moment not officially accpeted. In general, we would like to recommend that you get vaccinated with one of the vaccines mentioned above before traveling to Germany. In most cases, two vaccinations are necessary and your vaccination is considered effective 14 days after the last injection.
For Marburg and Radolfzell self-tests are also accepted, which are available at a moderate cost, but must be performed at our premises under supervision.
If you have been vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19, you are required to have the appropriate documentation if you travel to Germany. This can be issued either in writing or digitally. Please, do try to get an internationally recognized certificate in time before your trip.
If you are not vaccinated or have not recovered from Covid-19, a current test is required for entry into Germany and a quarantine period may apply. Therefore, please come to Carl Duisberg Centren only with a vaccination or a proof of the recovery from a Covid-19 infection and send us the document before your departure. For Marburg and Radolfzell a current negative test result is also accepted. We will not be able to give you the information about your accommodation until we have received it.
Digital entry registration must already be completed prior to entry if you have been in an area classified as a high-risk or virus-variant area during any period of time in the ten days prior to entry.
For all the latest information about your trip to Germany, you can find information under the following link:
The Carl Duisberg Centren team wishes you a good trip and a pleasant stay in Germany!