Brandenburg is getting closer to lifting restrictions for the unvaccinated

As early as Wednesday, many coronavirus regulations are to be abolished in Brandenburg, and as of March 4, unvaccinated people will be allowed in almost everywhere.

The state government wants to ease the coronavirus measures in two stages – they are to end completely on March 20. However, the indoor distance and mask regulations will remain!

Easing of restrictions in Brandenburg from Wednesday

As early as Wednesday (23.02.), the following changes will take place in Brandenburg:

► Vaccinated and cured persons can meet again without restrictions, unvaccinated persons only twice.

► Meetings and demonstrations can take place without an upper limit of participants and masks. But with registration!

► Any number of people can participate in events, unvaccinated people only with a test.

► During entertainment events and public festivals there will be no limit on participants. ► Indoors 2G rule will apply, outdoors 3G rule will apply. In addition, masks will be mandatory.

► Large events with more than 1,000 people will again be allowed for vaccinated and treated people with FFP2 mask. Occupancy may be up to 30% of hall capacity inside, 50% outside.

► Personal care services (hairdressing, cosmetics) will also be available to unvaccinated persons with test and mask.

► In restaurants, the 2Gplus test is waived for guests who have not been vaccinated with the third dose.

► Bus tours and boat trips will also be possible without vaccination with test, FFP2 mask will be mandatory.

► Patients in hospitals and nursing homes will be allowed to receive any number of visitors.

► Vaccinated and treated pupils and students will no longer have to submit a test.

More changes starting March 4

On March 4, the lockdown is set to end for the unvaccinated as well! With the test they will have access to:

► Restaurants and hotels

► Sports arenas and swimming pools

► Indoor entertainment events

► Cultural and recreational facilities (cinemas, theaters, concerts, museums, zoos)

► Fairs, exhibitions, amusement arcades

► Swimming pools, thermal baths, wellness centers

► Indoor playgrounds

Important: FFP2 masks are mandatory for ALL.

► Dance clubs, discos, festivals will be opened for vaccinated and treated persons with the test (2G+)

► Large events up to 50% indoor capacity, 75% outdoor

► Compulsory attendance in schools from March 7

On Monday, secretaries of state discussed the bill. On Tuesday, the cabinet will adopt it, possibly with amendments. On Wednesday, the regulation will take effect by March 19.


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