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From September 1, tests will not be reimbursed anymore (except for semi-vaccinated persons, children and some other groups).

Concerts



Rules and recommendations

Concerts can take place.

Upon arrival, everyone must prove that one of the following conditions is met:

  • have a negative PCR test not exceeding 7 days old,

  • have a negative POC (so-called antigenic) test not exceeding 72 hours old,

  • have a laboratory confirmation of having recovered from covid-19 disease in the period not longer than 180 days before the day of the event.

  • having got vaccinated, provided the last dose (i.e., in case of a two-dose vaccination scheme, the second one, in case of a single-dose vaccination scheme, the first one) has been administered at least 14 days prior to the event.

In addition, everyone present must have a respirator on at all times without an exhalation valve of min. class FFP2 (KN95 / N95).

Outdoor 

The total number of spectators present may not exceed 7,000 people. Spectators can also stand, but they must keep a maximum possible distance from others. 

Indoor 

The auditorium may be filled fully while the total number of persons may not exceed 3000 persons. All spectators must be seated.  

For performances held in spaces with a capacity of more than 3,000 spectators, the remaining capacity can be filled, but only on condition that all spectators over the limit of 3,000 has either been fully vaccinated or have met the condition of having covid-19 in the past.

It is possible to consume food and drinks in the auditorium, but please, put on a respirator immediately after drinking or eating. 

 

For organizers:

The organizers of mass events, which are expected to be attended by more than 1,000 people (daily), must notify the local relevant regional hygiene station no later than 5 days before the start of the event.

This notice must include the date, time and place of the event, the expected number of participants and the telephone number of the event organizer.

 


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Frequent questions about this topic

We're planning a tour for next year. Will it be possible to hold concerts in the spring?