Hamburg loosens COVID leash for jabbed fans



Linkedin Twitter

Full stadiums again in Hamburg Image: firo Sportphoto

Starting next weekend, football stadia in Hamburg (Germany) can again be filled to the brim under 2-G conditions – that is people who have been jabbed and who have recovered from the fatal respiratory disease – COVID-19.

The ‘News.in-24’ stated that in the clubs, fully vaccinated and convalesced people will be able to let their hair down, break into a jig again sans mask and without maintaining social distancing from September 25th.

The above information was given by the Deputy Senate spokeswoman Julia Offen on September 21st.

The Senate also decided that 12- to 17-year-olds who have not been vaccinated could take part in 2-G events “until further notice”. Previously, there was a transition period of six weeks.
 

Trendsetter

The ‘News.in-24’ further stated that Hamburg is the 2-G pioneer in Germany. Hamburg was the first Federal State to introduce the 2-G option model in August end this year. Accordingly, it is up to the discretion of the venue operators whether they want to let in people who have received shots in their arms or who have recovered from the dreaded disease and do not come under the purview of strict COVID-19 protocols in place.

Eateries, pubs, cinemas, theaters, museums, and zoos, among others, can allow capacity crowd again -provided they have been vaccinated and tested. Vaccinated and tested people do not have to maintain physical distancing. However, the use of face coverings has been made compulsory as of now.

Continue to follow Coliseum for latest updates on venues business news. Coliseum is dedicated towards building the best global community of sports and entertainment venue executives and professionals creating better and more profitable venues.

Become a member of the only Global Sports Venue Alliance and connect with stadiums, arenas and experts from around the world. Apply for membership at coliseum-online.com/alliance and make use of the 365Coliseum Business.

Watch 150 member-exclusive videos with valuable tips for your venue



« Previous News:
» Next News:



More News

The Ashes receives green light

England-Ashes tour on but with strings attached!!

Published: October 26th, 2021

England’s cricket bosses have given the go ahead for the men’s Ashes tour to Australia this... » Read more

Queensland Country Bank Stadium economic impact

Australia venue make a killing amid COVID

Published: October 26th, 2021

A North Queensland (Australia)-based economist has reported that Townsville’s Queensland Country... » Read more

Hydro Arena Scotland naming rights

Scotland venue net-zero carbon vows

Published: October 26th, 2021

OVO Energy, which has secured the naming rights to the 14,000-capacity Hydro on the Clyde... » Read more

Los Angeles Angels stadium update October 2021

Angel Stadium project gets into hurdles

Published: October 26th, 2021

Angel Stadium of Anaheim, originally known as Anaheim Stadium and later Edison International Field... » Read more


Receive global sports venue NEWS twice a week in your inbox