STEP 3: Opening plan 5 June: groups up to 50, large Meeting Rooms up to 250 people
Conditions for large halls
There is a maximum of 50 visitors at a distance of 1.5m per Meeting Room or hall. An exception to this are the large halls with 1000 or more permanent seats. A maximum of 250 visitors at a distance of 1.5 m applies to this. This applies to all large indoor and outdoor halls. For example, event halls, open-air theatres, concert halls, etc.
In many places, 50 people are allowed to be in a room or hall.
Admission tickets allow more people to enter a room or hall. They must keep a distance of 1.5 meters.
Visitors must take a corona test in advance. Is the test negative? Then you will receive a code. You enter this code on the CoronaCheck app. You show the CoronaCheck app at the entrance. Then you can go inside.
Conditions that apply to all publicly accessible locations:
- Everyone keeps 1,5 meters distance.
- Reservation is required. Reservations can be made for a maximum of 4 people at the same time. This is with the exception of children up to the age of 12 and persons from the same household.
- Health check and registration are required.
- Traffic flows from the public must remain well separated. Also in the sanitary facilities.
- The manager takes hygiene measures on location. Such as making disinfecting hand gel available and the opportunity to wash hands.
- A permanent seat is required. This applies to all locations where there is no throughput of people. These are locations where people often sit and do not change their place during their visit. This does not apply to locations where there is a flow of people.
- In locations where people have a permanent seat and where there is no throughput, a maximum of 50 people are allowed per room.
- In transfer locations, there may be 1 visitor per 10m2. This applies to all locations indoors and outdoors