The nightlife is coming back to life: The Hanseatic city is overturning several corona rules.
Unvaccinated people, however, will have a harder time going out.
Hamburg - One or the other was definitely out to dance that night - without a mask.
Hamburg has lifted the rule for clubs, bars, restaurants, cultural and sports facilities since midnight on September 25th.
For all of these locations that participate in the “2G model” (access only for those who have recovered or have been vaccinated), there is also no restriction on the number of participants.
This is reported by the dpa news agency.
So where only vaccinated and convalescent people are allowed in, you can party, dance, watch films and theater or join in the excitement at sporting competitions without a gap and without a mask down to the last seat.
However, further contact details must be collected and hygiene concepts must be adhered to.
A corresponding containment ordinance by the Senate was issued on Friday.
"2G" in Hamburg: Hanseatic city cancels corona rules when going out
In addition, sellers are not required to wear a mask at weekly markets.
For customers, however, it continues to apply as in supermarkets.
In addition, negative corona test certificates can only be used by the employer of unvaccinated persons for professional purposes, for example no longer for a visit to the cinema.
At sporting events, the flow of visitors at the entrances and exits must be equalized.
If the events take place indoors, air filter systems must be available.
Hamburg was the first federal state to introduce the 2G option model at the end of August.
The new regulation is valid until October 23rd.
For companies or events that, according to the 3G model, can continue to be visited by those who have not been vaccinated and those who have recovered, as well as those who have not been vaccinated, everything will remain the same for the time being.
(dpa / frs)