From this Wednesday, November 24th, the 3G rule will also apply to local public transport. Passengers who want to use the bus, train or tram must then be able to prove that they have either been vaccinated, recovered or tested. The control of the obligation to provide evidence is carried out on a random basis, reports the Verkehrsunternehmens-Verbund Mainfranken GmbH.
There are exceptions to the 3G regulation in local public transport for schoolchildren, as they are regularly tested in school, it said. Children under the age of six are also exempt from the obligation to provide evidence.
Anyone who has neither recovered nor vaccinated has to show a current, negative rapid test result during the control, according to the message. The test can be a maximum of 24 hours old. So anyone who uses public transport every day also needs a test every day. All officially documented corona tests (e.g. PCR tests or quick tests) are valid. Undocumented self-tests that are not carried out under supervision, for example from the drugstore, are not permitted.
FFP2 mask requirement continues to apply
The transport company points out that the FFP2 mask requirement continues to apply. At the stops, passengers would currently not need a mask or 3G proof. All doors will continue to open automatically to get in and out of the vehicles.
Further information as well as the most important questions and answers are available at www.vvm-info.de/corona.
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