The 2-G RULE (VACCINATED, RECOVERED) applies as proof of access to Time Travel. The maximum number of participants per tour is 24 people. There is a transition period until December 6, 2021: Until then, access is also possible with a first vaccination and an additional negative PCR test result.

More information about the evidence:

  • COVID-19 vaccination

Covid vaccination certificate (after receiving the second vaccination, the vaccination certificate is valid for 360 days – from December 6th it is only valid for 270 days). After receiving another vaccination (“3rd dose”), the validity of the vaccination certificate is again 360 days – from December 6th it is only valid for 270 days. In the case of a vaccination with a single vaccine, such as the vaccination with JOHNSON & JOHNSON, one dose is sufficient. However, single vaccinations are only valid from the 22nd day after vaccination. There is a transition period until December 6, 2021, until then access is also possible with a first vaccination and an additional PCR test.

  • Recover

Persons who were infected with Sars-Cov-2 will be exempt from mandatory testing for 180 days after recovery.

  • CHILDREN

Children from 6 years of age are usually tested 3 times a week in school (“ninja pass”).

Access rules:

  • There are no entry rules for children up to 5 years of age.
  • For children from 6-15 years of age, the “Ninja Pass” is accepted as proof of entry. A fully glued pass is also valid on weekends.
  • After the end of compulsory schooling, the same rules apply to young people as to adults.

Access rules for tourists with children:

  • School-age children from twelve to 15 years of
    age must provide proof of vaccination, recovery or having taken a PCR
    test (a PCR test is valid for 48 hours from the time it is taken)
  • Guests from 6 years old to their 12th birthday: Admission only with proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test result

Wearing a FFP2 mask is mantadory.

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