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Quarantine – What to do in quarantine?

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air travel – Flying back to Berlin from Jakarta = Quarantine?

This week I am due to fly back to Berlin from Jakarta. Since I have a residence permit, flying back is no issue, however I do have to quarantine at home for 14 days. On the BMI webpage, it says that I can instead show that my PCR Test was negative for the corona virus. In that case, I don’t have to quarantine for 14 days. However, they say that the test cannot have been carried out more than 48 hours before entering Germany. The issue is, it takes around 24 hours to fly to Berlin from Jakarta. How is it possible to do the PCR Test and get the result in 24 hours?

I’m also not sure if Berlin, as its own Bundesland, even accepts the PCR Test.

PS – I tried to contact the Interior Ministry helpline and the Health Ministry helpline all day yesterday, but I couldn’t get through.

usa – I want to get from Germany to the US, what country can I quarantine in?

I’m in Germany and I need to get to the US. Since I’m not a US citizen or permanent resident, I can’t travel directly because of the covid-19 travel ban. I want to find a country that

Does anyone know if such a country exists? Is there a list of different countries’ travel restrictions that could help me find out?

Alternatively, is there a way to spend 14 days at sea and then enter the US?

covid 19 – Travelling to the UK during Coronavirus; where can I find who is exempt from the 14-day quarantine?

As mentioned in the answer by @Daniil, you can find the full list here.

I have gone through the list, wondering if I did fit one of the exemptions. I do not.

In short, you can enter without quarantine or self isolation if you come to the UK to work in a restricted number of jobs or when you transport needed supplies or people who are going to work in essential jobs.
The list is very precise and detailed, including, among others, the drivers and staff of the Channel tunnel trains, people arriving to work for growers of food plants (but not other plants,) and people who repair BBC broadcasting facilities.

Tourists, relatives of residents and girlfriends of citizens are not included.

usa – Entry quarantine for entering the United States

Entry screening only applies to travellers arriving from certain high-risk countries:

Currently, travel restrictions and entry screening apply only to travelers arriving from some countries or regions with widespread ongoing spread of COVID-19. (Note: U.S. policies are subject to change as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves.)

(source)

So if you are coming from a high-risk country and have COVID-19 symptoms, you may be put into mandatory quarantine.

Other than that, the US still advises self-quarantine for 14-days after arrival but this is not enforced:

You may be screened when you arrive in the United States. After your arrival, take the following steps to protect yourself and others:

  1. Stay at home and avoid contact with others.
    Do not go to work or school for 14 days.

  2. Monitor your health for 14 days. Take your
    temperature with a thermometer two times a day and monitor for fever.
    Also watch for cough or trouble breathing.

  3. Keep your distance from others (at least 6 feet or 2 meters). This is referred to as “social distancing.”

Keep your distance from

Do not go to work or

covid 19 – How is quarantine upon entering the UK enforced?

There isn’t a lot done to enforce this.

The UK Government website says:

You may also be fined up to £1,000 if you refuse to self-isolate, or you could face further action.

This BBC article says:

New arrivals will be told they may be contacted at any time during their quarantine and, in England, may be visited by public health authorities conducting spot checks.

If you are planning to break the rules and you are not on the list of exempt people, then don’t. Don’t risk the fine and the health of others.

covid 19 – What are the quarantine requirements for entering Germany after June 15

Related to When do German borders reopen for EU members exactly? but not this questions is specific to quarantine requirements.

What are the quarantine requirements for a German citizen entering Germany from outside the EU?

At the moment there appears to be a 14-day quarantine requirement but that appears to be up to the states. https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/einreiseundaufenthalt/coronavirus

Does this change with the June 15 updates ?

quarantine – Do airport border officials know which flight you came on?

There is much less automated exchange of data than what many people assume, so the answer to your question as asked – “do they know” – is probably no. If you however ask: “can they easily find out”, you must assume that the answer is yes.

In most cases, the airline is obligated to file a flight manifest with passenger data to the relevant aviation authorities and in some cases even to the immigration authorities in advance. For example, US Customs and Border Protection will always in advance be informed by the airlines about which passengers are coming and from where. If the immigration authorities do not have the information in advance, you must assume that they can get the data from the aviation authorities on demand. These records may or may not include data regarding previous connecting flights. If you however fly from A to B on one ticket from one airline and later from B to C with a separate ticket from another airline, the last airline won’t know that you originally came from A and you can safely assume that there are no traces of that flight in the last flight manifest.

If a border officer is in doubt, there are however many other ways to more or less easily find out where you have been. It is nearly impossible to exist nowadays without leaving electronic traces of your whereabouts and especially if you enter your home country, border officials may very well be able to get access to this information if they require so. They don’t have it when you present yourself at the immigration desk at the airport, but if you are questioned, something does not add up in your story and they find a reason to investigate further, I would consider it more than likely that the immigration authorities have legal means to request data from e.g. your bank or your cell phone provider, which show where you have been. In many cases, disclosing information about you can even be found in social networks without much effort. Posting a picture of yourself on the beach in country A and a few days later to tell an immigration officer that you haven’t been there can easily go wrong.

You must also remember, that you in this case probably not only are breaking immigration laws by lying to a border official, but are (also) violating disease control legislation. The penalties for doing so can be surprising, especially if it turns out that you actually are infected with corona (which currently is an unlikely, but not unrealistic possibility when coming from Europe), lie to circumvent quarantine requirements and then with bad luck manage to infect other people.