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Safety measures

Last update 29.06.2021

The basic principles remain the same:

  • Keep a distance of 2 metres!
  • Wash your hands!
  • Wear a mouth and nose covering when on public transport!
  • Stay home if you are ill!
  • Follow the informative signs in public places!
Gatherings
  • General gathering provisions that apply to anyone who has not been vaccinated, recovered from Covid-19 or tested for Covid-19:
    • Gatherings are allowed for up to 20 people indoors from 2 households, and up to 50 people outdoors, without household restrictions.
    • A distance of 2 m (except for members of one household) must be observed and a mouth and nose covering must be used.
  • In organised events for a mixed type of audience, which are attended by vaccinated persons, persons recovered from Covid-19 and visitors who had a Covid-19 test before the event, presenting an appropriate digital certificate:
  • It is allowed to gather indoors for up to 500 people, outdoors for up to 1000 people. The condition also applies to private events.
  • There is no limit on the number of households.
  • Children under the age of 13 can also take part in the events without having to take a test.
  • The public event must have personalised seating (no more than 2 people from different households and no more than 4 people from one household can sit next to each other); the event must not last for longer than 4 hours (after 2 hours there must be a 15 minute break, ventilation of the premises), crowding of visitors/staff must not be allowed:
    • mouth and nose coverings for visitors should be used during indoor events, but should not be used during outdoor events if visitors are in fixed, personalised seating.
  • Organised events attended by a vaccinated audience and participants or those recovered from Covid-19 only, presenting an appropriate digital certificate:
    • It is allowed to gather without restrictions on the number of participants/visitors. The condition also applies to private events.
    • It is allowed not to use a face and mouth covering, as well as not to observe the distance.
    • Children under the age of 13 can also take part in the events without having to take a test.
    • There is no time limit for events.

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