What is now allowed in the Borken district – and what is not


On Friday morning, the country presented the new corona protection ordinance. What effects does this have on the Borken district? District Administrator Dr. Kai Zwicker agreed on this with the mayors in a short-term video conference on Friday afternoon.

Immediately afterwards, the Ministry of Health (MAGS) was contacted and the general decree was agreed. This applies from Monday.

Here is an overview of what exactly applies from Monday, March 29th:

  • Contact restrictions: max. One household plus one person from another household in public space (except for children up to 14 years of age)
  • On the Easter days from April 1st to 5th, two households with a maximum of five people can also meet in the Borken district.
  • Visiting libraries, archives etc. is possible with a daily negative quick test.
  • Visiting museums, exhibitions, castles, zoos, etc. is possible with a negative quick test and an appointment made in advance.
  • Retail stores that do not offer goods for daily needs can be visited with a negative quick test and a booked appointment (“Click & Meet”).
  • Groups of 20 children plus two supervisors / trainers are allowed to do sports after a negative rapid test; without a quick test, the number is reduced to 10 (+2).
  • For services close to the body (foot care, cosmetics, etc.), a negative rapid test is generally required; this does not apply to medically necessary services and hairdressers
  • In addition, the general ruling means that car pools are required to wear a mask
  • The general decree of the district is valid from March 29, initially for 14 days (until April 11).

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