New open-air pool rules: distances and protective masks

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On 29 May all open-air pools may open.

Source: Hausfrauentipps.de

With the third relaxation phase of the corona measures, the open-air pools may open on 29 May. Safety measures are still in place despite the opening. Only one person per ten square metres may stay in the sunbathing area, except bathers living in a common household. Spaces of six square meters are prescribed in the pool. In changing rooms, showers and slides, a distance of one metre must be maintained between persons. Longer waiting times must be taken into account when using the water slides.

Guidance systems should enable the distance rules to be adhered to.

The maximum number of people allowed in the pool should be signposted. Washing hands is just as important as mouth-and-nose protection in the entrance area, changing rooms, boxes and sanitary facilities. Mouth-nose protection does not apply to damp areas such as showers and the swimming pools. Children and all those persons who cannot reasonably be expected to wear the mask are also excluded.

If possible, tickets should be sold online. In most cases there will be a kind of traffic light system to see if there are still enough place  available.

— Hector Pascua

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