Corona Information
Federal Foreign Office - entry and quarantine regulations in Germany
LINK
FAQs of the Federal Foreign Office
LINK
Information on high-risk areas or areas of variations of concern
LINK
Current list
Link
You must carry out a digital registration on entry if, at any time in the ten days prior to your entry, you spent time in an area classified as a high-risk area or an area of variants of concern at the time of your entry.
- Travellers aged 12 or over must, irrespective of the mode of transport or whether they previously spent time in a high-risk area or area of variants of concern, as a rule carry with them a negative test result or proof of vaccination or recovery when entering the country.

The tests can be carried out or supervised by the following persons:
• In Germany or abroad, by a service provider pursuant to section 6 (1) of the Ordinance on Coronavirus Testing (Coronavirus-Testverordnung)
• or as part of in-company testing in the course of occupational safety measures done by staff who have undergone the necessary training or have the necessary knowledge and experience therefor, or
• abroad, by an agency authorised under the law of the country in question.
Testing Facilities in Dresden
Link
Testing Facilities in Dresden
Link
Testing facilities on airports. Information provided by Eurowings and in German only
Link
Testing facility at the university (not clear if still available at time of conference)
Link
Current information on dealing with the corona pandemic in Dresden
Link
FAQ TU Dresden
Link