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Hygiene concept for opening the stages of the Deutsche Oper Berlin with adherence to the current regulations

 

According to the update of the Infection Protection Measures Ordinance, from 15 January the following applies to our performances 2G plus FFP2 mask and negative test evidence from a public testing centre (rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours) or digital proof of a booster vaccination.

The compulsory testing for triple vaccinated people is no longer required.

The requirement to wear a FFP2 mask at all times remains.
 

 

We ask for your understanding that we adapt this hygiene concept to the current situation. Please inform yourself about the current regulations shortly before your visit.

This concept is intended to serve as a basis and guideline for the realisation of performances at Deutsche Oper Berlin in the course of the Corona pandemic.

From 28 December, 2G plus FFP2 mask and negative test evidence from a public testing centre will apply. This means that you will need proof of full Covid19 vaccination (with an EU-approved vaccine) or recovery for the screening visit, plus negative test evidence from a public testing centre (Upon admission to the performance: rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours). Since 15 January 2022, the compulsory testing for triple vaccinated people is no longer required. Please note the information and "admission requirements", see below.

Proof of vaccination against or recovery from SARS-CoV-2 will be digitally verified at the entrance and checked against an official photo ID. Please use the CovPass app as recommended by the Robert Koch Institute. The digital proof can also be presented as a printout of the QR code (available in pharmacies).
Proof by means of a yellow vaccination card is no longer permitted.
The proof can also be recognised without digital verification for persons who were vaccinated in a third country outside the European Union with a vaccine approved in the EU and for whom a vaccination certificate was issued. The certificates from non-EU countries must contain information identifying the person, details of the vaccine and the date of vaccination. The authenticity, integrity and validity of the certificate must be verifiable.

Please wear an FFP2 mask (without valve) from the moment you enter the venue and until you leave. For children from 6 to 14 years of age, the regulation specifies that a medical face mask is sufficient instead of an FFP2 mask.

In case of a medical certificate exempting the guest from the obligation to wear the mask, the guest will not be allowed to enter.

The safety distance of 1.5 m between visitors must be maintained if they are not in their seats.

Catering may be provided. Food and beverages may only be taken at fixed seating or standing tables and in compliance with the minimum distance. The obligation to wear a mask is only waived for the consumption of food and beverages.

 

Identification and personal data

In order to be able to trace the chains of infection in case of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the contact details of ticket buyers are recorded. Visitors are encouraged to log in with the Corona warning app. If digital registration is not possible, please use our visitor information form. You can fill this out in advance and bring it with you to the theatre.

Please direct any questions to the box office or ticket hotline at +49 (0)30 343 84 343.

On the evening of the event, all visitors are required to bring their personal identification and to present it at the entrance when prompted.

 

Buying tickets

Tickets are available in advance either in the webshop or via the telephone ticket service at +49 (30) 343 84 343 and at the box office (Wednesday to Saturday 12.00 to 19.00). Anonymous ticket sales will not take place. All tickets will be sold on a seat-by-seat basis. The box office is also open.

Each ticket buyer must provide their contact information when purchasing the ticket.

Persons who purchase multiple tickets are obligated to obtain the contact information of all ticket users and to disclose this information upon request so that they can be contacted by the authorities or Health Office if necessary.

 

Admission requirements

To access our events, you need the following documents - digitally or as a printout:

Your ticket. See under "Identification and personal data".

Proof of a complete COVID-19 vaccination with a vaccine approved in the EU (the last vaccination must have been given at least 14 days ago).

or proof of your recovery (the positive PCR test result was obtained at least 28 days but not more than three months ago or, in the case of a more recent infection, in conjunction with at least one vaccination against COVID-19).

For our performances, 2G plus FFP2 mask and negative test evidence from a public testing centre apply (on admission to the performance: antigen rapid test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours). The testing obligation does not apply to persons who can provide digital proof of a booster vaccination.
Notes on booster: Your booster vaccination is valid immediately after you have received the vaccination, without waiting days. In the case of vaccination with Johnson & Johnson, the second vaccination counts as a booster. Other special constellations cannot be considered (e.g. vaccinated twice and recovered) and require an additional test.

Your photo identification

Proof of vaccination against or recovery from SARS-CoV-2 will be digitally verified at the entrance and matched with an official photo ID. Please use the CoVPass app as recommended by the Robert Koch Institute. The digital proof can also be presented as a printout of the QR code (available in pharmacies).
Proof by means of a yellow vaccination card is no longer permitted.

Guests who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, please present a negative PCR test (not older than 48 hours) and prove their vaccination eligibility by means of a medical certificate.

Children up to the age of 6 and pupils under 18 who are subject to regular testing as part of their school attendance are exempt from the 2G plus rule. Proof must be provided in the form of a student ID or BVG card. Pupils who are not regularly tested as part of school attendance (e.g. during school holidays) must provide proof of a negative test (Upon admission to the performance: rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours). For pupils over 18 years of age, the 2G plus regulation applies with FFP2 mask and negative test evidence.

For children from 6 to 14 years of age, the regulation stipulates that a medical face mask is sufficient instead of an FFP2 mask.

Children up to the age of six are still exempt from wearing masks.

 



 

Admission restrictions

Please understand that in view of the current pandemic situation it is not possible to attend performances at Deutsche Oper Berlin in the following cases:

Persons who are ill with COVID-19 or show symptoms typical of a COVID-19 disease. Based on the information provided by the Robert Koch Institute, typical symptoms of a COVID-19 disease are mainly fever, cough and sore throat as well as a disturbance of the sense of smell and taste.

Persons who have had contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 within the previous 14 days are also not permitted to attend events at Deutsche Oper Berlin. This exclusion does not apply to persons who have professional contact with COVID-19 patients, provided that the applicable safety measures could be observed.

Furthermore, visitors suffering from an upper respiratory tract infection are not allowed to participate in the events.

If it is not possible for you to attend the performance you have requested due to one of the above reasons, tickets that have already been purchased can be cancelled at the latest two hours before the performance at the box office or by calling the ticket service.

 

In the large hall applies:

From 10 January until the end of February 2022 for the time being, our performances will take place on the main stage with reduced seating. In the auditorium, 50% of the seats are on sale. Because of the mechanical ventilation, the distances between the visitors do not have to be increased. Contiguous seats can still be booked.

For our performances, 2G plus FFP2 mask and negative test evidence from a public testing centre apply (on admission to the performance: antigen rapid test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours). The testing obligation does not apply to persons who can provide digital proof of a booster vaccination.

Admission to the foyers for performances on the main stage is from 60 minutes before the announced start of the performance, for recitals or discussions in the foyer from 30 minutes before the start of the performance.

Ticket control takes place at our own events without contact by scanning the tickets and with the greatest possible distance. Admission control takes place in two steps:

1. In the outdoor area, official photo identification as well as the 2G proof of vaccination or recovery (see access requirement) and the additional negative test proof (Upon admission to the performance: antigen rapid test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours) are checked.

2. Tickets are checked indoors.

Proof of vaccination against or recovery from SARS-CoV-2 will be digitally verified at the entrance and matched with an official photo ID. Please use the CoVPass app as recommended by the Robert Koch Institute. The digital proof can also be presented as a printout of the QR code (available in pharmacies). Proof by means of a yellow vaccination card is no longer permitted.

Persons who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, please present a valid negative PCR test (not older than 48 hours) and prove their vaccination inability by means of a medical certificate.

Children up to the age of 6 and pupils under 18 who are subject to regular testing as part of their school attendance are exempt from the 2G plus rule. Proof must be provided in the form of a student ID or BVG card. Pupils who are not regularly tested as part of school attendance (e.g. during school holidays) must provide proof of a negative test (Upon admission to the performance: rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours). For pupils over 18 years of age, the 2G plus regulation applies with FFP2 mask and negative test evidence.

Please wear an FFP2 mask (without valve) from the moment you enter the venue and until you leave. For children from 6 to 14 years of age, the regulation stipulates that a medical face mask is sufficient instead of an FFP2 mask.

We recommend that all guests also register on the Corona-Warn App or by filling out the visitor information form before entering the building.

Even when entering the Deutsche Oper Berlin building, please make sure to keep a distance of at least 1.5 metres.

 

In the Tischlerei applies:

Up to 120 visitors are allowed to attend an event. As there is no mechanical ventilation system here, visitors must be at least 1 metres from each other during the event as well. Seating is assigned.

Visitors are only permitted to buy single tickets.

For our performances, 2G plus FFP2 mask and negative test evidence from a public testing centre apply (on admission to the performance: antigen rapid test not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 48 hours). The testing obligation does not apply to persons who can provide digital proof of a booster vaccination.

Please wear an FFP2 mask (without valve) from the moment you enter the venue and until you leave. For children from 6 to 14 years of age, the regulation stipulates that a medical face mask is sufficient instead of an FFP2 mask.

Already when entering the building of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, please make sure to keep the distance of at least 1.5 m.

Access to the Tischlerei is via the main entrance on the corner of Zillestraße and Richard-Wagner-Straße. Admission from 30 minutes before the start of the event.

There is no evening box office.

 

Adherence to general hygiene requirements

Please observe coughing and sneezing etiquette, in consideration of other visitors and our staff; maintain a safe distance from other persons (at least 1.5 metres, except in the concert hall after taking your assigned seat). Our sanitary installations and disinfectant dispensers serve to ensure comprehensive hand hygiene.

 

Changes and additions to the hygiene concept

Visitors acknowledge that additional regulations, terms and requirements may apply if necessary, in particular due to changes to legislation or official instructions or ordinances pertaining to admission to and spending time in the event vicinity, including following the purchase of admission tickets. Visitors will be notified of such changes, and these changes must be observed upon being announced.

 

Rest assured

Every surface and area within our premises is cleaned thoroughly and disinfected every day. This especially applies to surfaces that regularly make contact with hands.

We implement all medical requirements issued by the authorities with regard to working with and around other persons, and constantly monitor adherence to these requirements.

 

Notes on data protection

The data collected from you will be used by us in connection with the Corona pandemic exclusively for the enforcement of infection control regulations, in particular for contact tracing. This includes the forwarding of this data to the competent health authority in the event that a person was ill, suspected of being ill, suspected of being infected or a carrier of the infection within the meaning of the Infection Protection Act at the time of the performance. In addition, the data must be made available to the competent authorities at their request if they wish to check whether the required information has been provided completely and truthfully by the visitors and the documentation has been properly kept by the organiser.

 

The data will be deleted by us four weeks after the end of the event.

 

The legal basis is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. c DS-GVO in conjunction with § 5 of the Berlin SARS Co'V-2 Infection Protection Measures Ordinance.

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