Germany is lifting a Covid-related travel ban on people from the UK and four other variant-hit countries.
The restrictions, which also applied to people from Portugal, Russia, India and Nepal, will be relaxed from Wednesday.
Visitors who are fully vaccinated will also not be required to quarantine.
Non-vaccinated people will however still be required to quarantine for up to 10 days, with the option to end their quarantine early with a negative test on the fifth day.
The five countries have until now been classified as “virus variant areas” because of the spread of the Delta and Delta Plus variants, which were first identified in India.