The Ninjas have stopped their fight against the Coronavirus at schools. According to a decree issued by the Ministry after the Easter vacations, the Ninja Pass will no longer be issued to schoolchildren. The document was also used as an entrance ticket to those areas where 3G proof was required. The reason is the reduction of school tests after Easter.
Previously, students had to take a Corona test three times a week to attend school. In return, they received a stamp on their passport each time, in which vaccination could also be noted. With the fully stamped ninja passport, they were then allowed to visit the catering trade, for example, during the respective week (including weekends).
After the Easter vacations, however, testing will only take place once a week. Therefore, the provision in the Covid 19 school regulations that only those students (and teachers) who provide “daily proof of low epidemiological risk” (i.e., vaccination, recovery, or testing proof) can attend classes is also eliminated. At the same time, however, this also lacks the prerequisites for using the passport as a quasi-ticket for 3G areas.
- sources: derstandard.at/APA/picture: screenshot, gesundheitsministerium.at
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