Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe has confirmed that Clubs in Berlin will finally have a full-fledged opening in the coming week, starting on March 4th.
With no more requirements for masks or social distancing, the only caveat will be that attendees will need to prove they have been vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 and all attendees will also need to provide negative tests regardless of their vaccination status.
After the legal return of dancing in Germany was confirmed by the government last week, the Berlin summit has not followed up and confirmed the news. The 2G+ rule will be the only one in place with attendees all needing to show a negative antigen test as well as proof of vaccination or recent recovery.
While clubs were allowed to briefly reopen with more restrictions last year, the resurgence of the Omicron variant had forced them from running at a 50% capacity to another complete shut down towards the end of 2021.
The clubs have wasted no time in hyping up and readying for the reopening with clubs such as Hoppetosse, Funkhaus, and Paloma, have already announced their reopening parties.
In an Instagram post from Berlin’s Senate Department for Culture and Europe last night, they shared, “Club culture thrives on closeness, movement, and encounters. With mask requirements or a minimum distance, opening the clubs would not be practicable. In order to still enable safe club nights in Berlin, we have agreed in the Senate that when the club opens on March 4th, 2G Plus with an antigen test obligation should initially apply to all guests, including those who have been boosted.”
H/T – DJ Mag
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