3G rule on buses and trains in Berlin from Wednesday

3G rule on buses and trains in Berlin from Wednesday

Starting this Wednesday (November 24, 2021), the 3G Coronavirus rule will apply on buses and trains in Berlin - meaning passengers must be vaccinated, recovered or tested to ride.

Öffentlicher Nahverkehr - BVG

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As the Berlin public transport company (BVG) announced upon request, the corresponding proof can be presented in digital form or as a printout. There will be spot checks, for which the BVG will co-operate with police and the public order office. Those who have not been vaccinated or have not recovered from a previous Covid infection must show a negative Coronavirus test that was taken no longer than 24 hours ago.
The German government decided last week in the new Infection Protection Act that the so-called 3G rule should apply for passengers on buses and trains. The amendments were published in the Federal Law Gazette on Tuesday and will therefore apply from Wednesday.
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| Last edited: Tuesday, 23. November 2021 13:54 Uhr

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