A German friend has recommended me for a job in Germany - it sounds like it could work out well, and I feel I would like living in Germany. The problem - COVID-19.
It's my understanding EU (and thus) German borders are closed to US citizens until the COVID situation is under control. I also know a German-American (i.e. non-EU citizen) who was turned away at the gate even though her sister was hospitalized.
My German friend has told me as long as I quarantine for 2 weeks after arrival, I will be allowed in. Both Google and my friend's experience say otherwise.
Is it possible for someone with American citizenship to travel to Germany currently?
EDIT - If I accept the job the company will handle the work visa. During a normal time, I'd just interview - get an offer and fill out the paperwork. The issue is would I be allowed to even board the plane and disembark once I'm there? No one is 100% sure about the answer.