Dominican Republic: Corona, Entry, Incidence

The corona situation in the Dominican Republic is increasingly easing. The borders are open. But everything is far from going as it was before the pandemic. All information about incidences, entry and corona rules.

  • No high-risk area, no travel warning from the Federal Foreign Office

  • Recommended for entry: vaccination or PCR test

  • Passport and e-ticket required, but no visa

  • 7-day incidence: 52.9 infected per 100,000 population

The Dominican Republic is not a high-risk area. The nationwide Incidence is currently included 52,9 Infected per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days (as of October 22, source: Johns Hopkins University) – this is lower than currently in Germany.

Vacation in the Dominican Republic

Important for entering the Dominican Republic

Return to Germany

The most important corona rules on site

Important for entering the Dominican Republic

Compared to other long-distance travel destinations, the requirements that foreign tourists have to meet when entering the Dominican Republic are relatively clear and straightforward. And good to know: you don’t necessarily have to be vaccinated to go on holiday here.

Tourists arriving from Germany do not currently have to present a negative corona test upon entry. However, it will be amplified upon arrival Health checks such as temperature measurements and random samples Covid rapid tests carried out. If a corona infection is suspected, those concerned must leave their contact details and go into quarantine.

Travelers, the one negative PCRTest (maximum 72 hours old) or Vaccination card are excluded from the sample tests. This also applies to children under five years of age. All travelers, including those who have been vaccinated, must also fill out an electronic entry form (e-ticket) *.

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Travel documents: No visa is required for a single entry and a stay of up to 30 days. What is needed is the passport, a temporary passport or a Children’s passport: The document must be valid for the duration of the stay. The regulations of individual airlines with regard to the recognition of travel documents may differ; prior clarification is strongly recommended.

By plane to the Dominican Republic

The second largest country in the Caribbean can be reached by plane in around ten hours by plane. From Germany become the capital Santo Domingo and the tourist strongholds Punta Cana and Puerto Plata approached. However, the number of flight connections is still low. Lufthansa, Condor and Eurowings currently have the Dominican Republic in their flight schedules.

Return to Germany from DomRep

  • Reporting requirement before returning: NO

  • Compulsory test to return: AND (See below for exceptions)

Rules for returning to Germany

All travel returns must be able to present one of the following documents when entering Germany: a current CoronaTest, proof of a full vaccination or one Recoveredproof. Children under the age of twelve are exempt from the obligation to test.

Here you will find the rules for entering Germany.

Dominican Republic: These rules apply locally

  • Hotels, Restaurants and bars are open nationwide. Distance and hygiene rules apply, the number of people is limited.

  • Apply in public Mask requirement and distance preservation.

  • When entering public places become Temperature measurements carried out.

  • the night curfew has been canceled since October 11th.

  • Sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited between midnight (2 a.m. on weekends) and 5 a.m.

  • Since October 18 A vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test (not older than seven days) is required for access to public facilities (restaurants, bars, shops, local transport) as well as to events.

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High fines can be imposed if the hygiene regulations are violated.

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