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REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES FOR RETAIL AND SHOPPING

Requirements:

  • At seven-day-average under 100, stores may reopen under the current safety and hygiene rules (minimum distance of 1.5 meters, mask requirement, one customer per 10 square meters for the first 800 square meters of space, plus one customer per 20 square meters for any space over 800 square meters for larger stores).
  • At a seven-day-average between 100 and 150 shopping is possible by appointment ("Click & Meet"). In addition, one is required to present a current negative test for coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (A less than 24-hour old negative rapid antigen test, a negative self-test or a less than 48-hours-old negative PCR test). Those who are fully vaccinated or recovered from the virus need no test.
  • At a seven-day-average over 150, one may only pick up pre-ordered merchandise ("Click and Collect"). No test is required.

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 7, 2021

In Nuremberg stores are open under the current safety and hygiene rules.

Requirements:

  • At seven-day-average under 100, stores may reopen under the current safety and hygiene rules (minimum distance of 1.5 meters, mask requirement, one customer per 10 square meters for the first 800 square meters of space, plus one customer per 20 square meters for any space over 800 square meters for larger stores).
  • At a seven-day-average between 100 and 150 shopping is possible by appointment ("Click & Meet"). In addition, one is required to present a current negative test for coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (A less than 24-hour old negative rapid antigen test, a negative self-test or a less than 48-hours-old negative PCR test). Those who are fully vaccinated or recovered from the virus need no test.
  • At a seven-day-average over 150, one may only pick up pre-ordered merchandise ("Click and Collect"). No test is required.

Pick up of pre-ordered merchandise ("Click&Collect") is possible under the following conditions:

  • The owner/operator has developed a safety and hygiene plan and, if required, can present it to local authorities.
  • A FFP2 mask is required when picking up merchandise.
  • The safety and hygiene plan contains provisions to prevent too many customers from assembling, by assigning timeslots for pick up, for example.

You can find an overview of stores participating in "Click&Collect" at Erlebnis Nürnberg.

For stores which fulfill one's daily needs, garden shops, florists and bookstores, no tests are required. These stores are open independent of the coronavirus case rate.

  • At a seven-day-average over 150, one may pick up pre-ordered merchandise ("Click and Collect"). No test is required.
  • At a seven-day-average between 100 and 150 shopping is possible by appointment ("Click & Meet"). In addition, one is required to present a current negative test as well as a pre-booked appointment. Customers must provide their data for contact tracing and only one customer per 40 square meters is allowed.
  • At a seven-day-average under100 shopping is possible. No test is necessary.
  • 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.

  • 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.

Weekly markets and other markets for the sale of goods in the open air that do not have the character of a public festival and do not attract large numbers of visitors are permitted. Those organizing these markets must follow a safety and hygiene plan based on that from the Bavarian State Ministry for Economics, Development and Energy and the State Ministry for Health and Health Care.

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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