Important Information (January 10th, 2022):
Due to the rising COVID figures in Germany and Austria we have to cancel the on-site part of the PHEDM-Hirschegg Workshop 2022.
The workshop will be held online via Zoom only.
To attend the Workshop on site at Hirschegg the German "2G" rule (fully vaccinated or recovered) applies, which means:
- Last vaccination is more than 14 days before arrival, and
- with a vaccination that is recognized by the EU (Comirnaty is from BioNTech/Pfizer).
- Proof of a previous infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus issued in written or digital form in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish, if the test is based on laboratory diagnostics comprising a nucleic acid test (PCR, PoC-PCR or other nucleic acid amplification test methods) and it was performed no less than 28 days and no more than six months previously.
- If the infection was more than six months ago at least one vaccination is necessary.
Within the Darmstaedter Haus, there will be no obligation to wear a nose-to-mouth covering.
For participants from abroad:
Persons who have spent time in one of the high-risk areas or areas of variant of concern within the 10 days prior to entering the Federal Republic of Germany, must follow specific regulations.
Registration required: Travellers who spent time in a high risk area are obliged to fill out the digital registration on entry at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de and carry the confirmation with them when entering the country. The confirmation will be checked by the carrier and may also be checked by the Federal Police within the framework of its responsibilities as a border control agency.
Obligation to furnish proof:Travellers who spent time in a high-risk area must carry with them a test result or proof of vaccination or recovery and, if demanded by the carrier, present such proof for the purpose of carriage. In case of a stay in an area of variants of concern, only a test result is admitted.
The proof must be uploaded via the travel portal at https://einreiseanmeldung.de . With respect to entry into Germany from areas of variants of concern, a ban on carriage – subject to a very limited set of exceptions – applies to the transport of persons via rail, bus, ship or plane directly from those countries.