With immediate effect, only immunized persons over the age of 16 have access to cultural institutions, sports halls, swimming pools and sports fields; the 2G rule (vaccinated, recovered) therefore applies to them. Children and adolescents under the age of 16 are considered students and do not require proof of testing or a school certificate. Persons who have a doctor's certificate stating that they cannot be vaccinated against Corona for health reasons need a current negative test. A rapid test must not be older than 24 hours, a PCR test not older than 48 hours.
In sports, an exception applies: for participants in professional leagues, test evidence based on PCR testing is sufficient as a transitional substitute for immunization. In school sports (including school swimming), there are no restrictions for students* as they are tested in class. According to the Corona Protection Ordinance, sports clubs are obliged to check proof of immunization or testing upon entry to sports facilities and swimming pools.
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