The German authorities have obliged all travellers to the country to register digitally before their arrival to the country, since Sunday, November 8.
The new obligation has come into force alongside the model regulation, which has cut short the required period of self-isolation for those coming from high-risk areas from 14 to ten days.
According to a press published by the Ministry of Interior, the registration can be completed in the web application Digital Entry Registration (DEA), through a desktop, tablet, and smartphone is accessible worldwide and has replaced the paper exit card.
Commenting on the digitization of entry registrations, the Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn, amongst other highlighted the move relieves the health authorities.
“You can find out quickly and reliably who is coming from a risk area and has to go into quarantine. This way we can better avoid new sources of infection when entering Germany,” he
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