Current information for visiting Ingelheim!
At this point we have brought together helpful sources of information on current regulations to combat the corona pandemic in Rhineland-Palatinate.
Current corona information from the state of Rhineland-Palatinate: https://corona.rlp.de/de/startseite/
Answers to frequently asked questions about the interpretation of the Corona regulations can be found here: https://corona.rlp.de/de/aktuelles/corona-regeln-im-ueberblick/
The current legal bases can be found here: https://corona.rlp.de/de/service/rechtsbasisn/
General up-to-date information on the corona virus can be found here:
The most important things for you summarized:
From April 3, 2022, most mandatory corona rules in Rhineland-Palatinate will no longer apply. There will also initially no longer be any hotspot regulations. The background is the change in the Infection Protection Act decided by the Federal Cabinet.
However, there are still the basic protective measures such as the obligation to wear masks in hospitals, in doctor's offices, in care facilities or in public transport. The mask requirement in retail is no longer applicable. Protecting yourself and others remains very important and is now even more the personal responsibility of each individual. The mask remains a good way to curb the spread of viral diseases. In the current situation, it is urgently necessary to continue to wear a mask where people meet spontaneously or do not know each other.
Contact restrictions: Both in public spaces and in private homes, there are no longer any contact restrictions: both immunized and non-immunized people are allowed to meet in unlimited numbers. However, if a meeting takes the form of an event, the regulations for events apply (see “Events”).
Events: Events with up to 2,000 participants can take place under 3G requirements (see "3G regulation"), i.e. only vaccinated, recovered (see "vaccinated persons" and "recovered persons") or persons of equal status (see " persons of equal status") or tested persons (see "Compulsory testing") must be present. Masks are compulsory indoors at events with more than 250 participants if no fixed seats are occupied for the majority of the event. The mask requirement does not apply if fixed seats are taken at the event or when consuming food and drinks.
Events with more than 2,000 participants can take place under 2G requirements (see "2G regulations"). Non-immunized minors can participate with current proof of testing. If such events with more than 2,000 participants take place in closed rooms, the mask requirement applies (see "Mask requirement").
There is no upper limit for the maximum number of participants or spectators for indoor or outdoor events.
Clubs and discotheques and similar establishments are allowed to reopen. The 2G+ regulation applies in these areas (see “2G+ regulation”). Distance requirement and mask requirement do not apply here.
Culture and leisure: 3G applies indoors and outdoors in parks, museums, theatres, cinemas, concert halls, cabaret stages, amusement arcades, zoos, botanical gardens and similar facilities, as well as in swimming pools, saunas and sports facilities.
Gastronomy and accommodation: The 3G regulation applies to gastronomy. Masks are not compulsory. No distinction is made between indoor and outdoor gastronomy. The 3G regulation applies in hotels, bed and breakfast hotels, guesthouses, inns, guesthouses and similar establishments. For stays of several days, a new test must be carried out every 72 hours. There are no separate protective measures for holiday apartments, holiday homes, private quarters and similar facilities.
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