Many step-by-step plans from the country leaders await the next Corona summit with Chancellor Merkel. One is already available from sport and culture.
- In the corona pandemic, culture and sport are largely idle.
- Industry representatives have now presented a step-by-step plan for a lockdown exit.
- Scientists from different disciplines helped develop it.
Berlin – hairdressers will be allowed to reopen soon, retail is being discussed – but when can you go back to a concert, cinema, theater or to the game of your favorite team? The re is now a three-step plan for science, sport and culture. It should be presented on Monday (February 22nd).
Of the dpa the paper is already available. The approach makes it possible to transport “mass events with reasonable effort and top events with relevant additional investments back to the audience and guests”, it says. Previously, the imageNewspaper reports.
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The guide sees the dpa according to initially this “basic concept”:
- In the case of closed rooms, the prerequisite is:
The occupancy of each location is between 25 and 30 percent.
- Every organizer should adhere to a hygiene, ventilation and infection protection concept.
- Mandatory are: personalized tickets, which are checked together with the ID.
- Also mandatory are: medical masks.
- Minimum clearances apply (with correspondingly empty rows of seats).
- No sale of food or drinks.
The basic model for indoors and outdoors does not distinguish whether visitors already have a vaccination or not.
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The paper assumes that access is then possible up to the full occupancy.
The DFB, handball federation, volley band federation, basketball federation with their respective league associations as well as the stage club with numerous individual theaters signed.
In addition to some halls and arenas, the events area includes the festivals Hurricane, Wacken, Rock am Ring, Rock im Park and Lollapalooza. (dpa/frs)