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Important information for your Berlin visit

Stay mindful

Dear Berlin visitors and Berliners,

Berlin extends the currently valid Corona rules until May 9.

From Saturday, 24 April, the nationwide emergency brake will come into effect in Berlin. 

What applies with the emergency brake (Notbremse) in Berlin

The emergency brake rules apply if the threshold of 100 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants is exceeded in seven days on three consecutive days - and must be implemented on the day after next. They remain in force until the incidence falls below the threshold of 100 for five consecutive days.

Contacts and curfew

  • The curfew applies between 10 pm and 5 am. Jogging or walking alone is allowed until midnight.
  • Two households, but no more than five people, are allowed to meet outside.
  • From 9 pm onwards, people are only allowed to be outside alone or in pairs at most.
  • Indoors, only one household plus one additional person at a time. Children under 14 are exempt.

Shops and restaurants

  • Supermarkets, drugstores and pharmacies, among others, may remain open.
  • Many shops must close at an incidence of 150, although the collection of ordered goods remains permitted.
  • In general, shops may only open for appointment customers with a negative Corona test.
  • Food service, including restaurants with outdoor seating, will remain closed. Pick-up and delivery of food is permitted.

Cultural facilities

  • Theatres, operas, concert halls, museums, exhibitions and memorials must close.
  • Cinemas and clubs will also remain closed.

Please show responsibility, wear your FFP2 mask, follow the Corona rules and hygiene regulations and use the Corona warning app.

The most important current information on the situation in Berlin

The Robert Koch Institute publishes the current case numbers of the federal states on a daily basis (some of it only in German language). Here are some additional sources of information.

 

Please continue to behave responsibly, wear your protective mouth-nose masks and keep your distance. Frequent hand washing also remains an important factor in containing coronavirus. In addition, vaccinations and increased testing should help contain the virus.

Information about entry to Berlin

  • Domestic quarantine of 10 days is compulsory for those entering from risk areas, for all who enter from areas with virus variants 14 days.
  • Long-distance buses in regular and occasional service are now allowed to stop at different stations in Berlin than the Central Bus Station if they come from a risk area.
  • The public transport system will also remain in operation. Doors of the suburban and underground trains will open automatically. Please board the buses at the rear. And wear a FFP2 mask, also in railway stations and ferry terminals, and when travelling by taxi. Violations can be punished with a fine of at least 50 to 500 euros.
  • Here you will find all the important information on how to get to Berlin.
  • Federal Ministry of Health: Current information for travellers
     

Please show responsibility, wear your mask, observe the Corona rules and hygiene regulations and use the Corona Warning App.

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Our city has already survived many crises. This time we will make it too!

Take care of your loves ones and stay healthy!

Your visitBerlin team

+++ Please observe the current guidelines and instructions of the Robert Koch Institute +++