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Old 23-05-2022, 10:59 AM
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Would anyone know / understand the German entry requirements at the moment - specifically for children?

We're driving there next week and my 2 children are under 12 - they've had one vaccination (all they're allowed at the moment) but I'm pretty sure Germany let their <12s have 2 jabs and so I'm not sure whether my children would class as fully vaccinated (and therefore not need a PCR test) or not?

Cheers

Chris
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