3G rule on buses and trains: Since November 24, the 3G rule has applied to passengers on all buses, trams and local trains in the. This means that passengers, with the exception of schoolchildren and children under the age of 6, may only use public transport if they meet the 3G rule (vaccinated, recovered, tested). Passengers are requested to carry appropriate proof either in paper form or digitally on their cell phones.
In addition, the familiar hygiene rules continue to apply:
Keep your distance
Whether you're on your way to work, shopping or at the (bus) stop: Keep a distance of 1.5 meters from other people.
Wearing a medical mask is mandatory in public transport! The mask slows down the so-called ""droplet flight"" already during exhalation and thus reduces the risk of infection with the coronavirus.
Maintaining cough and sneeze etiquette
If you must sneeze or cough, keep your mask on and sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm. Replace your mask with a clean mask as soon as possible.
Observe hand hygiene
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, it is essential that you wash your hands regularly and thoroughly.