Since 9 November 2020, travellers who have stayed in a risk area during the last ten days before entry must immediately quarantine themselves for ten days. The quarantine period can be shortened by a negative test. However, this test may not be carried out before five days after entry. The most recent quarantine regulations foresee exceptions. Entering passengers should therefore contact the respective health authority of their place of residence or stay. Free testing of travellers from risk areas is possible in designated medical practices within ten days. The current lists of medical practices can be found on the websites of the associations of statutory health insurance physicians in the respective federal state.