Current information for visiting Ingelheim!
With the 11th Corona Control Ordinance (11th CoBeLVO), the state government of Rhineland-Palatinate has decided to take further easing measures that are to be observed for a stay in Ingelheim am Rhein. In the following, we have summarized the most important changes that will apply from September 16, 2020:
Update of the distance regulation for fixed seating plans
Section 1 (2) Clause 4: In facilities with fixed seating or a fixed seating plan, the minimum distance between people can be maintained by having a free seat between each seat within a row and in front of and behind each seat if the seats are assigned in a personalized manner and this by the operator of the facility is documented.
Reduction of the number of people, also in baths and thermal baths
§ 1 (7): Insofar as a person limit is stipulated in this ordinance, the number of people present at the same time must be limited to one person per 5 square meters of sales or visitor area (person limit). This also applies to the use of swimming pools and fun pools, bathing lakes or similar offers (Section 10 (2))
Outdoor events for up to 500 people
§ 2 (2): Outdoor events are permitted with up to 500 people present at the same time, taking the general protective measures into account. Events in closed rooms for up to 250 people
§ 2 (3): Events in closed rooms are permitted with up to 250 people present at the same time, taking the general protective measures into account. Occupancy of fixed space capacities with exemption up to 10%
§ 2 (7): If facilities or rooms with available space, grandstands or hall capacities are used for events, the numerical limits of the persons present at the same time regulated in paragraphs 2 and 3 can under the conditions of sentence 1 by granting a special permit up to a rule limit of 10% H. the firm stage or space available at the event location is exceeded if it is an event in which the participants have firm places that they leave during the event at most for a short time.
Annual markets, special markets, Christmas markets - special formats for Christmas markets are required
Section 5 (2): The prohibition of fairgrounds, folk festivals and similar facilities (Section 4 No. 2) does not cover the isolated installation of mobile facilities outdoors, which are distributed over a larger area and which sell goods that are usually on special markets or annual markets, in particular Christmas markets, are offered, or entertaining activities as a showman or showman type according to § 6 para. 3 of the State Law on Fairs, Exhibitions and Markets of April 3, 2014 (GVBl. p. 40, BS 711-10) in of the currently valid version, in particular rides. These offers are permissible if the general protective measures are observed.
When implementing these events, the general protective measures must be observed, a hygiene concept must be submitted!
Hotel industry: No more reservation and registration requirements
§ 8 (2): The sentence is omitted: There is a reservation or registration obligation. There is still the obligation to record contacts
Entry from risk areas (unchanged)
§ 19 : Entry from risk areas must be observed!
The quarantine measures (Section 19 paragraphs 1 to 3) apply to entries from risk areas abroad and in Germany (Section 19 paragraphs 4 and 5).
Exceptions to the quarantine measures
Section 20 (2): The obligation to segregate in accordance with Section 19 (1) does not apply to persons who have a medical certificate in German or English which confirms that there are no indications of an infection with the coronavirus SARS CoV-2 are present, […] and was carried out a maximum of 48 hours before entry into the scope of this ordinance.
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