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Baltic Sea vacation: State introduces compulsory testing for vaccinated people

2021-11-29T11:24:47.667Z

Anyone who wants to spend a Baltic Sea holiday in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania will have to adhere to stricter corona rules in the future - even those who have been vaccinated.



Anyone who wants to spend a Baltic Sea holiday in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania will have to adhere to stricter corona rules in the future - even those who have been vaccinated.

The Baltic Sea * is one of the Germans' favorite holiday destinations within their own country.

Due to the worsening corona situation, the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is also introducing stricter measures - including in the tourism sector.

On Friday, the head of the state chancellery, Patrick Dahlemann (SPD), announced these rules after a cabinet meeting.

Baltic Sea vacation: Corona rules tightened in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Accordingly, a

2G + rule in hotels and other accommodation facilities should

apply

to the "Orange" warning level, which is currently in force in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

.

This means that only those who have been vaccinated or who have recovered with a negative corona test can be admitted.

On top of that, visitors have

to repeat the test every three days

.

Exceptions should only be made for business trips and special events such as a funeral.

Unvaccinated guests may then also be accommodated, provided they present a negative test every day.

The 7-day incidence is currently 401 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants (as of November 29).

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Which rules apply to the Baltic Sea holiday in Schleswig-Holstein?

In

Schleswig-Holstein

, from Flensburg to Lübeck-Travemünde, you can also spend a holiday on the Baltic Sea.

But strict rules also apply here: Currently,

only people with proof of vaccination or health history are allowed to be

admitted to the accommodation establishments.

However, there is currently no additional test requirement.

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Those who are accommodated for "business or social-ethical reasons" are allowed to do so within the framework of the 3G rule.

For children up to school enrollment, there is no obligation to provide evidence of vaccination, convalescence or testing.

The 7-day incidence is currently the lowest in Germany with a value of 151.3.

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Source: merkur

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