• Schwerin castle is said to have 365 turrets and towers - one for every day of the year, © TMV/Allrich
    Schwerin castle is said to have 365 turrets and towers - one for every day of the year

The latest information

As of 4 October 2021, 5 pm

Dear guests, here you will find the most important information about the current situation in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, crucial questions and answers, and contact addresses.

The state government of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has decided on comprehensive protective measures to contain the corona pandemic.
You can find the current regulation here (German only).

The following safety measures apply:

  • Contact restrictions: Private gatherings of up to 30 people are possible. In public, the contact restrictions will no longer apply; this does not apply to group events. Children aged 14 or younger as well as fully vaccinated and recovered persons are not included. Spouses, registered partners and life partners who do not live together in the same household are considered as one household.

    Mask requirement will be suspended in outdoor areas from 25 June 2021. In case of close and long contacts with other people, especially in closed rooms, when shopping as well as in defined public places, it is obligatory to wear surgical masks or FFP2 masks. When using public transport, passengers are required to wear a surgical mask. Children up to the age of 7 and people with a medical or mental impairment or disability are exempt.
     
  • Testing facilities: Rapid tests can be carried out in municipal test centres, pharmacies, clinics and by mobile swab teams. An overview of test facilities in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern can be found here (German only).

    Vaccinated and recovered persons do not need a negative test if this is required for services, gastronomy and accommodation. Children up to the age of 7 are also exempt from compulsory testing.

    Persons are considered to be fully vaccinated if at least 14 days have passed since the last required vaccination. They are also in possession of a vaccination certificate issued in their name.

    Persons are considered to have recovered if the underlying test was carried out by means of laboratory diagnostics using nucleic acid detection (PCR, PoC-PCR or other methods of nucleic acid amplification technology) and at least 28 days and a maximum of six months have passed. In addition, they are in possession of a certificate of recovery issued in their name.

  • Day trips: There are no restrictions to enter Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. A test obligation is no longer required.
     
  • Accommodation: Hotels, inns, guesthouses, campsites and other touristic accommodation are allowed to accommodate guests. Upon arrival, a daily negative Corona test is mandatory. As of 23 August 2021, a corona test for must be taken at least every three days during the stay (but not more frequently than twice a week). This regulation applies in regions or independent cities that are assigned to level 2 or higher for three consecutive days according to the official classification. Please find an overview here (German only): www.mv-corona.de
    The obligation to test during the stay does not apply to holiday flats and houses and comparable facilities where the use of communal facilities is excluded.

    Quick or accompanied self-tests are accepted. Fully vaccinated and recovered persons as well as children up to the age of 7 are exempt. Pupils who are subject to compulsory testing in general and vocational schools in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are also exempt from compulsory testing outside of holidays.
     
  • Restaurants: Restaurants, bars, clubs, discotheques, pubs and similar establishments will be allowed to reopen their indoor and outdoor areas. As of 23 August 2021, there is a testing obligation in regions or independent cities that are assigned to level 2 or higher for three consecutive days according to the official classification. An overview can be found at www.mv-corona.de (German only). Fully vaccinated and recovered persons as well as children up to the age of 7 are exempt. Pupils who are subject to compulsory testing in general and vocational schools in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are also exempt from compulsory testing outside of holidays.
     
  • Visiting clubs, discotheques and similar establishments is only permitted after prior reservation and only for those guests who have a negative daily Corona test result. Wearing a medical mask is strongly recommended.

    Private parties with up to 100 people can be held in separate rooms in restaurants. The current hygiene requirements apply.
     
  • Recreational facilities: Zoos, botanical gardens, animal and bird parks, indoor and outdoor swimming pools as well as saunas and gyms are once again fully open to visitors without compulsory testing. As of 23 August 2021, there is a testing obligation in regions or independent cities that are assigned to level 2 or higher for three consecutive days according to the official classification. An overview can be found at www.mv-corona.de (German only). Fully vaccinated and recovered persons as well as children up to the age of 7 are exempt. Pupils who are subject to compulsory testing in general and vocational schools in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are also exempt from compulsory testing outside the holidays. Hygiene and safety rules must still be observed during all visits.
     
  • Events: Up to 600 people may gather outdoors and 200 indoors for events (e.g. fairs, concerts, readings, theatre, etc.). Seating is compulsory in indoor areas. Visitors must also wear a mask and carry a daily Corona test result. Quick or accompanied self-tests conducted by trained staff are accepted.
     
  • Retail: All retail is open and can be visited without an appointment or test. There is the obligation to wear surgical masks or FFP2 masks.
     
  • Body-related services: Services close to the body, e.g. in cosmetic studios, massage practices, nail studios, hairdressing salons, tanning salons, tattoo studios are open. From a risk-weighted rating where level 2 or higher is reached on three consecutive days, testing is compulsory for unvaccinated persons aged 7 and over. This regulation will apply from 23 August 2021, with the exception of fully vaccinated and recovered persons and children up to the age of 7. Pupils who are subject to compulsory testing in general and vocational schools in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are also exempt from compulsory testing outside the holidays.

    Hygiene and safety rules must be observed during all visits. Please inform yourself in advance during your business visit.

 


Questions & Answers about traveling to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

1. How do I know if I arrive from a risk area?
The classification as a risk area is made by the Federal Ministry of Health, the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry of the Interior, for Construction and Home Affairs and is published by the Robert Koch Institute. International risk areas can be found here.

2. What do I have to consider if I want to enter MV from a risk area abroad? (professional and private)
When entering MV from abroad for professional or also private purposes, please take into account the Corona Entry Ordinance of the Federal Ministry of Health.

3. Where do I find official information?

 

The latest information by the state government of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (German only): www.regierung-mv.de

 

Information at district level:


Thank you for protecting yourself and others.
We appreciate your participation!
 

*This website is constantly being updated to the best of the Tourist Board’s knowledge. We would recommend to check it regularly. Please note that we do not take legal responsibility for the correctness / comprehensiveness of this information.

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