The Germans who want to come to the Balearic Islands will now be able to because the German government has lifted the restrictions to travel to Spain. In this way, Spain ceases to be a risk zone one month before the start of spring and it is not necessary to quarantine for ten days after returning to Germany.

But to enter Germany, any traveler is required to present a vaccination certificate against COVID-19, have passed the coronavirus or enter with a negative test.

Germany is still suffering from the ravages of the omicrom variant, but it recently reached the peak and these days has chained a downward trend, as confirmed by the Robert Koch Institute of Virology (RKI).

On the other hand, the German government plans to ease the restrictive measures throughout the country. It contemplates increasing the maximum number of vaccinated people who can be part of private meetings, currently there are ten, and it also contemplates lifting some restrictions for trade and restoration.

As of March 4, unvaccinated people will be able to access restaurants by presenting a negative test. And as of March 20, only specific measures would be maintained, such as the obligation to wear a mask on public transport.

German tourists arrive in Mallorca. Photo: RTVE.