The new Corona regulation has barely come into force in Baden-Württemberg, and it has already been revised. The state government is relaxing the testing requirement for vaccinated and recovered persons. In many areas, it would have been required for people belonging to these groups to additionally present a negative Corona test. The 2G-plus rule applies, for example, in gastronomy, swimming pools and gyms. On Sunday, December 5th, the state government “clarified” its 2G-plus rule, according to a press release.
People with a booster vaccination, but now also fully vaccinated people, do not need to take a test if the last vaccination was administered less than six months ago. Also, recovered people whose infection can be proven to have been in the last six months do not need an additional test either. However, they must provide the result of a PCR test to prove that they were infected. There are also exceptions for adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17: They can go into stores with a current rapid test, where the 2G- rule (admission only for vaccinated and recovered persons) applies. However, this relaxation for adolescents will only apply until January 31st, 2022, after which date the state government will assume that all adolescents would have had “the opportunity to be vaccinated”. More information under: https://www.baden-wuerttemberg.de/de/service/presse/pressemitteilung/pid/ausnahmen-von-der-testpflicht-bei-2g-plus-1/
Im Stuttgarter Schloss sind Teile der Landesregierung untergebracht. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Mostafa Elyasian.
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