There are different precautions in place to stop the corona virus. These rules exist to stop you from getting sick, or getting anyone else sick. Thank you for following them. We can stop the spread of the virus together.
Some cities or regions may have different or additional measures – we’d recommend also checking your local website. The rules below are in place starting June 25th.
You’re currently allowed to travel freely. Don’t use public transport. If you’re above 12 years old, it’s mandatory to wear a mask or scarf over oyur mouth and nose.
Adult education institutions may resume their teaching and activities in accordance with Community guidelines and additional measures undertaken by the federal government.
Everyone above the age of 12 is obliged to cover their mouth and nose with a mask or another fabric alternative in cinemas, theaters, concert and conference halls, auditoriums, museums, libraries, casinos and slot machine halls and at the fair. If covering one’s face isn’t possible due to medical reasons, a face shield may be worn instead. In auditoriums, the mask may be removed for the time needed to food or drink. In non-publicly accessible parts of the auditorium, it’s not mandatory to wear a mask on the condition that these parts are completely separate from the publicly accessible ones and this is not in conflict with other guides or protocols.
An auditorium is a large lecture hall that can accommodate hundreds of listeners. The seats are arranges in rows or parallels, with an elevation the further back one is seated. Our educational institution has classrooms like that in some of our campuses. As a student, you’re obliged to put in a mask in these rooms.
A conference room is a space specifically designed for meetings. The layout of such a room often consists of a large table, around which the attendees can sit. We avoid this setup. All benches in our classrooms are arranged in parallel, so the teacher in front of the class can address the entire audience.