Exceptions to the 2G rule apply to children up to the age of twelve, as they are regularly PCR-tested in their daycare centers and schools (the so-called lollipop test). Adolescents from 12 to 18 years of age who have neither recovered nor been vaccinated require a test no more than 24 hours old. Persons who cannot be vaccinated - for example, for medical reasons - also require appropriate proof and a negative test result.
In addition to the introduction of the 2G rule, there is also an obligation to wear at least a medical mask at the seat in theaters/operas as of November 22.
The 3G rule (vaccinated, recovered, tested) applies from November 22 in the service buildings of the city administration, such as the Municipal House and the Service Center. More information is available here.
Current Corona figures
The 7-day incidence has jumped to 193.3 per 100,000 population*. In the past seven days, 639 new infections have been reported to the public health department. Currently, there are 938 Covid 19 cases in Bonn, 1078 people are in quarantine. Due to the high number of infections, the city of Bonn will submit a request for assistance to the German Armed Forces via the Cologne district government to increase the corona team.
As of Wednesday, November 18, 63 people from Bonn and the surrounding area who have contracted Covid-19 were in Bonn hospitals. 40 people are being cared for in normal wards, 23 are in intensive care units, 16 of whom require ventilation.
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