For the "vaccinated" status, full vaccination with a vaccine listed by the Paul-Ehrlich-Institute must have taken place at least 14 days ago. Full vaccination means that the second dose has also been administered, provided two doses are required for the vaccine in question.

Vaccines authorised in the EU are permitted. The EU Commission has approved the following four vaccines thus far: BioNTech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen Pharmaceutica NV (Johnson and Johnson).

Versions of EU-approved vaccines that have been approved abroad (original or licensed production) are also recognised. You can find more information here: https://www.pei.de/SharedDocs/Downloads/EN/newsroom-en/dossiers/namen-covid-19-impfstoffe-ausland-en.html;jsessionid=F168958C17F8CAD71F0E6968EF2B68FF.intranet211?nn=164146
If you have been vaccinated with another vaccine, you will not be considered vaccinated and will therefore have to present a current negative test.

To access the trade fair grounds, you will need an EU Digital Covid Certificate (EU DCC). For non-EU citizens without access to the EU DCC certificate, the following exception applies: Click here for all information.