COVID-19 Information and Rules of Conduct
We are very happy to be here for you again this year! To ensure that this is possible, we strictly adhere to the instructions of the authorities. All events of the Lausitz Festival will take place under strict protective and hygiene measures in order to continue to do our part to contribute to the containment of the Covid-19 virus.
Please note that the following rules may be adjusted on short notice according to the requirements at the state and county level:
- Your contact details are required for contact tracing. The data collection is done directly via reservix.
Admission requirements for all events since August 23rd include a valid official Corona test with a negative result, proof of a second vaccination or proof of recovery from Covid-19. Please have the following documents ready for admission to the event:
Proof of a negative test result (antigen rapid test, not older than 24h/PCR test, not older than 48h – except for children under 6 years. OR
Proof of complete Covid-19 vaccination (vaccination certificate) (at least 14 days since the final vaccine) OR
Proof of recovery from Covid-19 (medical certificate or positive PCR result, at least 28 days old, not older than 6 months) AND
- At our events it’s obligatory to wear a medical mask (OP masks/FFP-2 masks) at all indoor events and during entry and exit at outdoor events.
- Please maintain the minimum distance (at least 1.5 meters) and avoid congregating, especially at entrances and exits. If a distance of 1.5 meters can’t be maintained, masks must be worn.
- Please adhere to common sense hygiene rules, such as proper sneezing etiquette. Please pay special attention to the following rules: keep your distance (1.5 meters), observe hygiene rules (proper coughing, sneezing, and thorough hand-washing), wear a mask. We provide disinfectant dispensers on site.
- Please follow the instructions of the staff at all times with regards to seating order for tracing purposes and pay attention to any signs.
Please stay at home if:
- You suffer from flu or cold symptoms and you cannot rule out an infection with the Covid-19 virus.
- You’ve had contact with someone infected with Covid-19.
- There is suspicion of illness in your immediate social or professional environment.