Baden-Württemberg is changing its Corona rules again. They apply from Friday, January 28. In part, the rules are tightened, in part relaxed. What is new is that FFP2 masks must now also be worn on buses and trains. In restaurants and during sports in halls, an additional test is no longer necessary. The 2G rule applies there, i.e. access for vaccinated and recovered persons. Restaurants are now allowed to stay open longer than 10:30 p.m. again.
There are also relaxations for the unvaccinated: They can leave the house again in the evening and at night – as long as fewer than 1,500 out of 100,000 inhabitants in a city or district are infected with the Corona virus within a week. At the hairdresser’s, a current negative rapid test is now sufficient for the unvaccinated.
Clubs and discotheques must remain closed. More spectators are again allowed at cultural and sporting events – a maximum of 3,000 indoors and 6,000 outdoors, with a maximum of 50 percent capacity utilization. However, the maximum number only applies if organizers require a current negative rapid test in addition to proof of vaccination or convalescence. FFP2 masks must also be worn outdoors at city and public festivals.
At religious events, the 3G rule will be introduced on February 14: Only the vaccinated, recovered and currently tested will be admitted.
Contact restrictions for the unvaccinated remain unchanged. Privately, a household may meet with no more than two other people. This does not include the vaccinated, recovered, children under 13, and anyone who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons.
In addition, the Robert Koch Institute has reduced the time that the convalescent status applies. Instead of 6 months, it is now only 90 days.
Am Tübinger Bahnhofsgelände. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Mostafa Elyasian.
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