Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Berlin, Germany, March 30, 2020

Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Berlin, Germany, March 30, 2020

Location: Germany

Event: Message to U.S. citizens regarding COVID-19

U.S. citizens intending to return to the United States should do so immediately.  Direct flights from Munich to the United States ended on Saturday, March 28, 2020, until further notice.  There are still direct flights to the United States from Frankfurt and through connections in Amsterdam, Paris, or London.  However, the number of flights continues to decrease, and travelers should be prepared for the possibility that air carriers may further reduce or eliminate currently available commercial flight options with no advance notice.  All U.S. citizens should have a travel plan that does not rely on the U.S. government for assistance.

The German government is sharing up-to-date information in English regarding the Coronavirus, EU travel restrictions and border controls.  Official statements can be found on their website under the “Information” tab.

The U.S. Embassy in Berlin and Consulates General Frankfurt and Munich only offer emergency services at this time, as all routine consular services continue to be suspended.

For emergency American citizen services, including emergency passports, please contact the Embassy or appropriate Consulate General:

U.S. Embassy Berlin
+49-30-8305-0 (business hours)
+49-30-8305-0 (after hours)
ACSBerlin@state.gov

U.S. Consulate General Frankfurt
+49-69-7535-0 (business hours)
+49-69-7535-0 (after hours)
GermanyACS@state.gov

 U.S. Consulate General Munich
+49-89-2888-580 (business hours)
+49-89-2888-0 (after hours)
ConsMunich@state.gov

State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or +1 202-501-4444

Country Information – Germany

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