I am flying from Canada to Russia with a transit (in non-Schengen area) in Frankfurt. I have checked the most recent travel regulations for this case on the Lufthansa website ( https://lufthansa.travel-regulations.com/route-info?origin=YYZ&destination=FRA&search-enabled=true) and German official info (https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/de/quarantaene-einreise/2371468?openAccordionId=item-2415580-0-panel#content_5). These resources say that I don't need to present a negative COVID test.
However, I saw on the Lufthansa website contradicting information about negative test requirements for all passengers at the departure and arrival to Germany: on this page https://www.lufthansa.com/ee/en/entry-into-germany right below the "New entry regulation" box, there is "Entry regulations according to risk levels" which has conflicting information. To double-check, I called Lufthansa support and they told me they don't know either (?) and suggest doing a covid test anyway.
So I am wondering if anyone had a similar situation with transit in Germany recently, I'd appreciate if you could share your experience.
Thanks and safe travels!