3g-regel De 3g-regel is een regel welke staat voor: gevaccineerd, genezen, getest. De 3g-regel is de tegenhanger van de 2g-regel in de strijd tegen het Coronavirus.
The 3G rule means that only vaccinated, recovered and negatively tested persons have access to certain public places. Following a decision of the federal and state governments in August 2021, the 3G rule must now be applied everywhere in Germany for certain facilities.
What is the ‘3G rule’ in Germany?
It is known as the ‘3G rule’ in Germany. The Gs stands for the German geimpft (vaccinated), genesen (recovered) and getestet (tested). It means that people will have to show proof of vaccination, recovery from Covid-19 or a negative test to enter many places, such as cinemas or to visit people in nursing homes or hospitals.
What is the workplace 3G rule and what triggers it?
The workplace 3G rule can be triggered by local Covid case numbers or hospital occupation levels. as shown by the traffic light system. The red level means region-wide occupancy of 600 intensive care beds with Covid-19 patients.
What does 3G mean for employers in Bavaria?
Among other things, 3G was introduced in workplaces in regions with high infection numbers. As of 6 November, employers in Bavarian regions with particularly high coronavirus case numbers were required to check whether their employees have been vaccinated, recovered or tested negative.
Is 3G proof required in all regions?
As we mentioned previously, 3G proof has been required in lots of regions up to this point, but it is being expanded and moving to a nationwide regulation. Do the new rules depend on the Covid incidence rate?