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Covid-19 information

Important information


Since 19 March, there are no more restrictions on tourist overnight stays in Schleswig-Holstein and on Fehmarn. 

Find out more about current regulations due to the Covid-19 pandemic that are important for your visit of Fehmarn.

Overnight stays

Touristic overnight stays in Schleswig-Holstein and on Fehmarn are permitted without any restrictions. 


Information for entering Germany

Please find detailed information on the regulations for entering Germany on the website of the German Government

Please do also check the conditions for the re-entry from Germany back into your country of origin with your local authorities before your trip as well, as there might be special regulations as a quarantine back at home.


Code of conduct

  • Medical face masks (e.g. KN95/N95 or FFP2) must be worn in public means of transport and in healthcare facilities.
  • If the distance to other people cannot be maintained, especially indoors, the wearing of a face mask is recommended.
  • Wash your hands regularly and cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Use contactless payment methods. 
  • Act responsibly and protect yourself and others.


Covid-19 test centers

There are currently two test centers on Fehmarn:

Test station Burg:

  • Location: Mummendorfer Weg, near the hospital
  • Opening hours: 08:00-15:00
  • Registration via ebba app (iOS or Android), without app online via www.fehmarn-schnelltest.de or directly on site, possibly with waiting time. All information about the ebba app and the procedures can be found at www.fehmarn-schnelltest.de.

Hanse Testzentrum Burg:

  • Location: Landkirchener Weg 34 in Burg
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9:00 - 17:00, Sat: 10:00 - 17:00, Sun: closed
  • Registration at the test centre or online on https://ht-zentrum.de


In the event of a positive rapid test, a PCR test must be carried out. This is possible at the test station in Burg. To make an appointment, please call 0800 1724643 (only for PCR tests, no general information hotline!) or contact a local doctor. Please go to quarantine in your accommodation until the PCR test result is available. If the PCR test turns out negative, no further measures are necessary and you can continue your vacation as normal. Positive test results are reported to the health department, which then decides on quarantine and departure. In addition, your contact persons are determined. The positive report is reported to your home town and is included in the statistics there.


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