What are the current COVID-19 restrictions in Berlin? Certain things have been relaxed but common sense is still advised when it comes to masks, social distancing and the rest. If you’ve been double jabbed then there is no limit on the number of people allowed at an indoor gathering, although proof of vaccination is required. Masks are still required on transport and in stations, as well as in shops and at covered sporting events. That’s standard practice now, and don’t forget to put the mask over your nose. You’ve had 18 months to work that out, don’t fail us now. Sporting events are capped at 50% capacity or 25,000 people max, and a positive test means self-isolation and loading up the aforementioned Naked Gun clips.
Hopefully, we’re seeing light at the end of this tunnel, although it could well transpire that the light in question is a massive train. Fingers crossed, right?
To explain the transmission of the aerosols in various scenarios, from private gatherings over classrooms to restaurants and public places, this interactive tool from the German newspaper "Zeit Online" is the best we found.
Click here and hit "Einverstanden" to allow ads and entry to the site.
Anyway, this is getting a little too heavy, so lets take a look at some ways to enjoy and experience Berlin, in a roundabout sort of way.