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15.06.2022 - Article

Entry requirements for Pakistan

To enter Pakistan, travellers are obliged to install the COVID-19 app on their smart phone or register online for . Travellers have to proof the registration to the respective airline during check-in. In case of website Registration a printed copy of the registration is required.

Passengers tested postive will not be allowed to travel. More details can be found at the Covid-19 travel information of the government of Pakistan

Lifting of COVID-19-related restrictions for entry into Germany

On Saturday, 11 June 2022 all COVID-19-related restrictions for entry into Germany were preliminarily lifted. From that date travel from Pakistan to Germany is permitted for all travel purposes (including tourism and visits). For entry into Germany no proof of vaccination, recovery or testing is required any longer.

Visas are required for entry into Germany and may be applied for with the German Embassy Islamabad and the German Consulate Karachi for all travel purposes. Due do the high demand delays may occur in the issuing of visas.
For German passport applications please write to (Islamabad) or (Karachi).

Please check the current information on entry restrictions, testing and quarantine regulations when entering from areas of Virus variant . If tested prositive during your trip please check relevant information on self-isolation and quarantine regulations.

Contact the embassy in Islamabad

 via email to konsularreferat@isla.auswaertiges-amt.de .

We try to update this website as soon as possible. However, given the constantly changing situation delay might be possible. Therefore please also follow the news.

Additional content

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions for entry into Germany from areas of variant of concern apply. Persons entering these areas are required complete a digital entry registration, provide a negative test result and quarantine. Restrictions from other areas have been mostly lifted.

Traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic – entry restrictions mostly lifted

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