Relaxation from 7 December: the most important points

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Exit restrictions from 20 hrs
From 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. the house may only be left for the following four reasons, as in Lockdown light:
– Work
– Necessary basic needs of daily life
– Help/care for other people
– Exercise in the fresh air
During the day, meetings with another household are allowed – except Christmas.
Up to 6 adults and 6 children. This rule is adapted for the Christmas holidays: On December 24/25/26/31 it is possible for a total of 10 people to meet, regardless of the number of households involved.
Schools are open again – with exceptions
– Compulsory schools and kindergartens resume regular operations.
– From the age of 10 years on, the wearing of masks is also compulsory in class.
– High schools and universities will continue to offer distance learning. For high school graduates, regular operations will be resumed.
Trade will be opened again
It is compulsory to wear a mouth and nose protector. For customer areas there is a limit of 10 m2 per customer. In shopping centers, only those areas of stores are counted as area.
Regulation at the borders
By 10 January, the classification of risk areas is to be based on the 14-day incidence of positive corona cases.
All countries with a value higher than 100 will be classified as risk areas.
Persons entering the country from a risk area have to go into quarantine for 10 days.
After 5 days a PCR test can be done to end the quarantine in case of a negative test result. Commuters, etc. there will be exceptions.
Catering establishments remain closed as in the “Lockdown light”. Pickup is possible in the period from 06:00-19:00 o’clock. No open alcoholic beverages may be sold per pickup. Delivery services remain permitted without time limit.
– From January 7th the restaurant can reopen under restrictions depending on the occurrence of infection. Pubs, bars and nightclubs are also closed.
– Hotels and lodging establishments also remain closed – they too can reopen from 7 January.
– There will be no Christmas markets this year
Culture & Events
– Events are prohibited (this includes cultural events, sports events, wedding celebrations, birthday parties).
– Excluded are rehearsals and artistic performances without audience, which are for professional purposes.
– From 7 January cultural institutions and cinemas may reopen with restrictions depending on the incidence of infection. An interim evaluation will take place in mid-December.
– Museums and libraries are open again.
– It is compulsory to wear a mouth and nose protector. For visitor areas there is a restriction of 10 m2 per visitor.
Work and services
– Wherever possible, work should be done in the home office. At the workplace, a distance of one meter must be kept between people, unless there are other protective measures (plexiglass walls, etc.). If it is not possible to keep the distance and there are no other protective measures (partitions, plexiglass walls, fixed teams, etc.), it is necessary to wear a mouth and nose protector.
– All services, including those close to the body, are open. It is obligatory to wear a mouth-nose-protection. For customer areas there is a limit of 10 m2 per customer. No food or drinks may be given to customers in the case of services close to the body.
– Weekly tests in homes for the elderly, nursing and disabled
– Employees must be tested weekly.
– If no tests are available, an FFP2 mask must be worn.
– Newly admitted residents must show a negative result of a corona test.
– Visitors must present a negative test result.
– Only one visitor per resident per week is allowed.
– Minor residents of homes for the disabled and residents in need of support may be visited by two persons (e.g. parents). Excluded from the one person/week rule is e.g. palliative or hospice care. The operators must also draw up a COVID-19 prevention concept to minimize the risk of infection.

– All contact sports (soccer etc.) are prohibited, indoor sports facilities are closed for hobby athletes. Outdoor sports facilities can open from 24 December.
– It is forbidden to enter leisure facilities such as fitness studios, indoor swimming pools, etc. Animal parks can reopen outdoor from 24 December.
– Top athletes and their trainers may enter sports facilities and practice their sport professionally or participate in international competitions.
– Cable cars do not open until 24 December
– Cable cars, gondolas & lifts may not be used for recreational purposes until 23 December. From 24 December onwards, cable cars, gondolas & lifts (in closed rooms with a capacity limit of 50%) may also be used for leisure purposes. MNS is also mandatory in the waiting and boarding areas.
Mouth and nose protection in the cab
– The formation of carpools and the use of cabs is only permitted if there are only two people per row of seats (including the driver). In addition, a mouth and nose protector must be worn. Exceptions are made for transports of kindergarten children or for transports of people with disabilities, if this is necessary due to the number of passengers as well as when getting on and off the train.
Events for the practice of religion are permitted
– The religious communities make their own rules to minimize the risk of infection, whereby MNS must be worn indoors in any case.
– Burials can be carried out with a maximum of 50 people, minimum distance rule and mouth and nose protection.
– In the registry office only in exceptional cases. Wedding celebrations are prohibited.

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