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REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS WHEN THE SEVEN-DAY-AVERAGE IS UNDER 50

Requirements for a visit to a cinema:

  • FFP-2 masks are required during the entire visit; children 5 years and younger are not required to wear a mask.
  • Contact data must be collected either in electronic or analog form for contact tracing.

Requirements for a visit to a theater, opera or concert:

  • Everyone aged 15 and older is required to wear a FFP-2 mask (also when seated), children aged 6 to 15 must wear mouth-and-nose protection, children aged 5 and under need no mask.
  • Tickets must be purchased by name and with assigned seating, due to contact tracing.

Requirements for a visit to a museum:

  • Collection of data for contact tracing.
  • Everyone aged 15 and older is required to wear a FFP-2 mask, children aged 6 to 15 must wear mouth-and-nose protection.

Requirements for open air cultural events:

  • Attendance is limited to a maximum of 500.
  • assigned seating and contact tracing.
  • Everyone aged 15 and older is required to wear a FFP-2 mask, children aged 6 to 15 must wear mouth-and-nose protection.
  • At outdoor events, once you have taken a seat, you may remove your mask.

Five basic rules for safety which are always and everywhere helpful:

Keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from people from other households.

Avoid shaking hands.

Wear a mask which covers your mouth and nose

Wash your hands frequently.

Sneeze or cough only in your elbow or in a tissue.

FAQ as of June 10, 2021

Because the seven-day-average in Nuremberg is now stable under 50, museums may reopen.

Requirements for a visit to a museum:

  • Collection of data for contact tracing.
  • Everyone aged 15 and older is required to wear a FFP-2 mask, children aged 6 to 15 must wear mouth-and-nose protection.

Yes. Theaters, opera houses, concert halls, stage venues, cinemas and similar facilities are open.

Requirements for a visit to a cinema

  • FFP-2 masks are required during the entire visit; children 5 years and younger are not required to wear a mask.
  • Contact data must be collected either in electronic or analog form for contact tracing

Requirements for a visit to a theater, opera house or concert

  • Everyone aged 15 and older is required to wear a FFP-2 mask (also when seated), children aged 6 to 15 must wear mouth-and-nose protection, children aged 5 and under need no mask.
  • Tickets must be purchased by name and with assigned seating, due to contact tracing.

Drive-in movies are opened depending on the corona infection rate. A requirement is that the operator presents an adequate safety and hygiene concept. Guests must wear FFP2 masks when outside their vehicles.

The requirements are dependent on the seven-day-average in Nuremberg.

For museums, galleries, memorial sites and Bavarian castles, gardens and lakes:

  • Seven-day-average over 150: Closed
  • Seven-day-average between 100 and 150: Closed
  • Seven-day-average between 50 and 100: No test necessary (but prior reservation and contact data required)
  • Seven-day-average under 50: No test and no reservation required.

For theaters, cinemas, concert halls and opera houses:

  • Seven-day-average over 150: Closed
  • Seven-day-average between 100 and 150: Closed
  • Seven-day-average between 50 and 100: Current negative test required (less than 24-hours-old)
  • Seven-day-average under 50: Open without tests.

Group tours in the museums of Nuremberg are allowed.

  • Children aged 5 and under are not required to wear a mask.
  • Children from age 6 to 14 are required to wear mouth-and-nose protection (for example, an OP mask).
  • Children aged 15 and above are required to wear a FFP2 mask.
  • Children aged 5 and under (A mask is required as of the six birthday).
  • Those who can prove through an official certificate from a doctor that they are unable to wear a mouth-and-nose-covering mask because of a handicap or other health reasons.

One may remove their mask in order to identify themselves, communicate with the hearing-impaired or due to other important grounds.

The same rules apply for cafes or restaurants in cultural institutions as for other types of gastronomy.

In Nuremberg, seven-day-average is stable under 50, therefore dining is allowed.

As long as the seven-day-average remains stable under 100 or under 50, dining is allowed from 5 am to 12 pm.

Requirements:

  • Stable seven-day-average under 50.
  • Documentation for contact tracing.
  • No test necessary.
  • Restaurants open until midnight.
  • Contact restriction: meetings of up to ten people from any number of households possible.
  • FFP2 masks are required both in- and outdoors. They may be removed when seated at a table.

The NUREMBERG CARD is redeemable. Please inform yourself which museums and sights have reopened and their conditions of entry.

Current information

Please note:

This information presented here is intended for guests in Nuremberg. It is not legally binding and does not claim to be comprehensive. The relevant and most current regulations are contained in the Bavarian Infection Safety Regulations of the Bavarian State Ministry for Health and Health Care.

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