Update 2021-08-13: The mandatory quarantine for travellers with a prior stay in Malaysia, Moscow, Pakistan and the United Kingdom has now been reduced from six to three days, as for most other travellers. Tests are carried out on entry and on the third day. The quarantine for travellers with a previous stay in India, the Maldives, Nepal, Zambia or Sri Lanka is reduced from ten to six days. They must have a third test on the sixth day. However, entries from these countries are only possible in special cases. The special regulations for travellers from Dominica and Uganda have been lifted. Travellers from France, Israel and Lebanon must spend the first three days in hotel quarantine.