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Information Corona Świnoujście and Klaipėda

As of 30.03.2021

The safety of our customers has our fullest attention and is always our top priority!

We take all necessary precautions to prevent the contagion and spread of Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 on board of our ferries.

You can download our measures here as PDF

 

You can find information to our routes Świnoujście-Trelleborg , Klaipėda-Trelleborg & Rostock/Travemünde-Klaipeda here:

*** If you enter Germany with TT-Line from a risk area, you have to fill out a Passenger Locator Card and forward it to your local health department or hand it in at the reception on board. You will receive the Passenger Locator Card on board at the reception or here for downloading. You can find additional information here. ***

 

Entry to Lithuania (Klaipėda)

  • Persons who enter Lithuania must submit their personal data to the National Public Health Centre at least 12 hours before entering the country and before boarding a ferry in Rostock/Travempnde or in Trellborg. The confirmation (a QR code) needs to be shown at the time of boarding. The National Public Health Centre document can be found here. Without a registration in advance, the crossing can be refused. 

 

  • The travellers from Sweden, Poland, Germany and other countries must provide a negative test for COVID-19 taken not earlier than 48 hours prior to arriving in Lithuania.

 

  • In addition to the negative test, a 10-day quarantine obligation applies upon entry into Lithuania. This can be shortened by a further negative Corona test, at one's own expense, from the seventh day onwards.

 

  • In case of not having a negative test, it is necessary to fill in the this document for specialists of the National Public Health Center, who will verify the passenger data and to register for testing at the mobile coronavirus testing site. It is recommended to register in advance for the test on the Coronavirus Hotline 1808 (the number is only working in Lithuania).

 

  • As of 10 March 2021, persons entering Lithuania must present a negative COVID-19 test that is not older than 72 hours. It is no longer possible to be tested in Liatuen. In addition, the negative test result must already be available at check-in.

 

In the port of Klaipeda, in addition to passport controls, there may also be medical-quarantine control after arrival. Persons with corona symptoms are stopped at the border.

As of 1st of June, the entry of foreigners into the Republic of Lithuania remains prohibited, except for: citizens of the countries of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation and of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and persons lawfully residing in these countries, who arrive from these countries. The list of such countries shall be approved and made public every Monday by the State Commander of National Emergency Operations in Lithuania.

 

Freight drivers need to fill out the online location card before they arrive to Klaipėda as well.

 

Entry to Poland (Świnoujście)

Persons entering Poland must present a negative COVID-19 test (PCR-Test oder Antigen) which is not older than 48 hours. The medical certificate must be issued in Polish or English.

The following persons are exempt from the testing requirement:

  • freight drivers,
  • people vaccinated against COVID-19,
  • people performing professional work in neighboring countries based on the Border Guard decision,
  • people who have completed home isolation, isolation, or hospitalization due to infection with SARS-CoV-2 virus, no later than 6 months before the date of crossing the Polish border
  • people traveling in transit via Poland (EU, EFTA and Switzerland inhabitants),
  • seafarers

 

Travelling to Germany for touristic reasons

Since 02.11.2020, it is no longer permitted to use overnight accommodation offers in hotels, vacation apartments or similar for touristic purposes.

Accommodations remain open for necessary purposes and business travels.

It is still allowed to travel to Germany.

 

Entry to Germany (Travemünde / Rostock)

If you have stayed in a risk area within the last 10 days and do not fall under one of the exceptions listed below*, you are obliged to register your entry to Germany digitally and to go into a domestic quarantine immediately upon entry.

You can submit the digital registration under the following link: www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

After registration you will receive a confirmation with a QR code. We kindly ask you to register urgently before the Check-In at Trelleborg harbourYou cannot check in without the confirmation. You must still carry the document with you on entry and show it to the authorities on request. If it is not possible for you to submit a digital entry application due to a lack of technical equipment or due to a technical problem, please contact the Check-In terminal in Trelleborg.

Further information can be found here.

Please inform yourself additionally about the individual entry and quarantine regulations of your respective federal state and at your responsible health department of your region.

* The following groups of persons do not need to register for entry:

  • Persons who have only travelled through a risk area and have not had a stopover there,
  • Persons who enter the Federal Republic of Germany only for transit,
  • Persons who enter the Federal Republic of Germany for professional reasons in order to transport persons, goods or merchandise across borders by road, rail, sea or air.

 

Return from a risk area

Before entering Germany, returners from risk areas are obliged to report to their local health department and after arrival they have to stay in quarantine for 10 or 14 days. In addition, a PCR test (Covid-19 test) is mandatory. Before returning home, please contact your local health department to find out about the necessary measures. This regulation applies until further notice. Information on quarantine regulations for each state can be found here.

Under certain conditions, some people are exempt from the obligation to test. Please inform yourself about the exemptions via the Federal Ministry of Health page.

 

With regard to the quarantine regulation, there are some special regulations, such as the exemption from this for people who use Germany as a transit country or stay in the country for no longer than 72 hours to visit first-degree relatives. These exemptions vary from within Germany. Please inform yourself about the regulations at your responsible health authority.

 

Return from a high incidence area / virus variant area

Before entering Germany from a high incidence area, the following things must be considered from now on:

  • A digital registration is still mandatroy. You can submit the digital registration under the following link: www.einreiseanmeldung.de.
  • It is mandatroy to do a Corona-Test before entering Germany. This test cannot be older than 48 hours upon entry and the negative test result must already be available on entry.
  • Even with a negative Corona test, quarantine is mandatory for 10 days after entry. The quarantine can be shorten at the earliest after five days with another negative Corona test. This can vary within Germany. Please check it for your Federal State.

In the port of Trelleborg it is possible to get tested in the check-in area. For detailed information, please see the InnoVacc page and this document. Please be sure to register for testing in advance.

Opening hours for the test center:

Monday-Thursday: 08.00 - 24.00

Friday: 06.30 - 24.00

Saturday: 08.30 - 24.00

Sunday: 10.00 - 23.00

 

The following groups of persons are exempt from the testing obligation when entering from a high-incidence area:

  • persons who have not yet reached the age of six years are exempt from mandatory testing
  • if a high incidence area was only used for transit, without an intermediate stay
  • if Germany is only being used for transit and is being left again immediately
  • if a stay of less than 72 hours due to occupational reasons involves the cross-border transport of persons, goods or merchandise by road, rail, ship or air; in doing so, protection & hygiene concepts must be observed
  • if persons from official delegations have spent less than 72 hours in a high incidence area
  • if a competent authority grants further exemptions in justified individual cases and with a valid reason.

 

In case of a positive Corona test before returning to Germany, the following must be observed according to the regulations:

  • Entry to Germany as a German citizen is expressly permitted
  • According to the Federal Government's decree, we as carriers are not allowed to transport persons without a negative Corona test
  • Contact your local health authority, which can grant further exceptions for individual cases and for specific reasons and thus grant permission for carrige

 

When returning from a virus variant area, these things also apply. In addition, some countries have further entry regulations for persons coming from or having stayed in a virus variant area. Please check with your country for their current regulations. You can find the classification of the individual countries here.

 

Fright drivers and bus drivers are exempt from quarantine regulations and testing requirements as long as they do not have any typically Covid-19 symptoms.

 

+++ Short term changes are possible. Please inform yourself independently before your trip and before returning to Germany about the current regulations of your federal and district government. +++

 

Risk and high incidende areas according to our route map

Sweden: the whole country is currently classified as a high incidence area

Lithuania: the whole country is currently classified as a risk area

Poland: the whole country is currently classified as a high incidence area

Latvia (high incidende area): the regions Latgale, Riga, Vidzeme, Pieriga and Zemgale are classified as risk areas

Norway: the regions Oslo, Viken, Rogaland, Trøndelag, Vestfold and Telemark are classified as risk areas

Estonia (high incidende area): the whole country is currently classified as a risk area

Denmark: except of the the Färöer and Greenland, the whole country is currently classified as a risk area

Netherland: the whole country is currently classified as a risk area

Finland: the regions Uusimaa with Helsinki, Pöijät-Häme and Varsinais-Suomi are classified as risk area

 

+++ Short term changes are possible. Please inform yourself independently before your trip and before returning to Germany about the current regulations of your federal and district government. +++

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