3G* rule is now in effect

Due to the rising incidence rate of the coronavirus, the 3G* rule has come into effect in indoor spaces in the federal state of Bremen. 3G stands for ‘geimpft, genesen oder getestet’ in German and means that you should prove you are ‘fully vaccinated’, ‘recovered’ or have ‘tested negative’.

From Wednesday, 18 August 2021, in Bremen, and from Thursday, 19 August 2021, in Bremerhaven, access to the following establishments or use of the following services is only available to people who have been fully vaccinated, who have recovered from the coronavirus or who can present a negative test result:

  • hospitals, residential homes and nursing facilities, and facilities for the disabled
  • restaurants, clubs, nightclubs, festival halls, amusement arcades, casinos, betting shops, theatres, opera houses, cinemas, concert halls, prostitution establishments and prostitution vehicles in accordance with the Prostitution Protection Act for the practice of prostitution, swingers’ clubs, saunas, studios for electrical stimulation training, gyms, swimming pools, water parks, sports facilities, trade fairs, conferences, commercial exhibitions, specialist markets, annual markets, flea markets and similar events, amusement parks, playgrounds, climbing halls, climbing parks and other entertainment venues, in indoor spaces in each case
  • events (excluding religious events) and celebrations in indoor spaces outside of the home
  • close-contact services
  • the practice of sport in indoor spaces (excluding school sports)
  • stays in accommodation facilities (test required on arrival and twice a week in the case of longer stays)

Children up to the age of 14 are exempt from the obligation to provide evidence of their vaccination or recovery status or a negative test result.

PCR tests and rapid antigen tests conducted within the last 24 hours qualify as negative test results. In addition, self-tests can be carried out directly at the establishment in question if they are conducted under the supervision of the person responsible for the hygiene concept or an employee.

People are considered to have recovered from the coronavirus if they can present a positive PCR test result from within the last six months. Vaccinated people must prove that they have been fully vaccinated by means of a vaccination certificate. This comes into effect 14 days after the final vaccination.

The general ruling is valid for four weeks.

 

More information: https://www.bremen.de/corona

 

Get vaccinated now in Hall 7

Without appointment: Mon – Fri from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Moderna vaccine)

You can simply stop by without an appointment. Please bring your identification documents, health insurance card and vaccination certificate with you if you have them. The second vaccination will take place four weeks after the first one. As no appointments are issued, longer waiting times are to be expected.

Request appointment: https://impfzentrum.bremen.de.

Or get vaccinated with the mobile vaccination service
Vaccination is regularly available via the mobile vaccination service without prior registration. You can find out the current dates and locations of the mobile vaccination service as well as further information on our website here at any time.

*3G stands for ‘geimpft, genesen oder getestet’ in German and means that you should prove that you are ‘fully vaccinated’, ‘recovered’ or have ‘tested negative’.

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3G* rule is now in effect

Due to the rising incidence rate of the coronavirus, the 3G* rule has come into effect in indoor spaces in the federal state of Bremen. 3G stands for ‘geimpft, genesen oder getestet’ in German and means that you should prove you are ‘fully vaccinated’, ‘recovered’ or have ‘tested negative’.

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Vaccination without an appointment – Hall 7 remains open

Halls 4 and 5 at the Bremen vaccination centre are now closed. However, Hall 7 remains open for vaccination offers for all citizens of Bremen and Bremerhaven.

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Get vaccinated without an appointment!

Mobile vaccination will enable many people to be reached who are otherwise unable to get vaccinated. Mobile vaccination will be available at the following times and places: