The German Ministry of Health intends to ease the entry rules introduced due to Covid-19 from June 1, German media reported on Wednesday.
The new decision will no longer require a certificate of vaccination, illness or a negative test to cross the border.
“We will suspend the 3G entry rule until the end of August,” Health Minister Karl Lauterbach was quoted as saying.
The new rules have yet to be approved by the government on Wednesday, which should also approve all covid-19 vaccines approved by the World Health Organization, even if they are not approved in the EU.
The number of coronavirus cases in Germany is declining. The Robert Koch Institute registered 64,437 new cases on Tuesday, 21,815 less than a week ago.