Access is only granted for registered guests with :

proof of full vaccination or

current negative test (not older than 24h) or

proof for those who
have recovered

#HTVD21 precautions

WEAR A MASK

PLEASE WEAR A MASK INSIDE THE VENUE UNTIL YOU ARE SEATED

KEEP YOUR DISTANCE

KEEP DISTANCE OF 1.5M 

WASH YOUR HANDS REGULARLY

USE THE RESTROOMS &  VARIOUS DISINFECTION AREAS LOCATED IN THE VENUE

DON'T SHAKE ON IT

CLOSE DEALS WITHOUT A HANDSHAKE AND STILL FEEL AWESOME

COUGH INTO YOUR ELBOW

PLEASE COVER YOUR MOUTH WITH YOUR ELBOW WHEN COUGHING

#HTVD21 Set UP

  • Seating and walkways are designed in such a way that the minimum distance of 1.5 m is maintained. Sufficient air exchange is ensured.
  • When participants are not sitting or eating waering a mask is mandatory
  • We provide sufficient disinfectants. Please make use of this.

#HTVD20 & Corona | FAQ

Measures

Entry from risk * & stay in risk area within 14 days prior to entry

Entry from non-risk area within EU or 3rd countries on the official list of the EU****

ENTRY BY PLAIN OR TRAIN

Measures

test

Entry from risk * & stay in risk area within 14 days prior to entry

Compulsory test

Option 1:

pre-existing test

  • must not be older than 48h
  • PCR-Test
  • Conducted in a EU-state or in one of the states accepted by EU**

Option 2:

Test center

  • Airport, physician, testcenter***

Entry from non-risk area within EU or 3rd countries on the official list of the EU****

fee-based test

(Airport, physician, testcenter)

not mandatory

 

Measures

Quarantine

Entry from risk * & stay in risk area within 14 days prior to entry

obligation to go straight into quarantine  until negative test result is presented

(not applicable if negative test is presented)

Entry from non-risk area within EU or 3rd countries on the official list of the EU****

not mandatory

Measures

Reporting

Entry from risk * & stay in risk area within 14 days prior to entry

Completing of form „Aussteigekarte“, reporting at public health office about entry

Entry from non-risk area

not mandatory

ENTRY BY CAR

Measures

Reporting

Entry from risk * & stay in risk area within 14 days prior to entry

immediate reporting public health office

Entry from non-risk area within EU or 3rd countries on the official list of the EU****

not mandatory

Measures

Test

Entry from risk * & stay in risk area within 14 days prior to entry

Compulsory test

(airport, physician, testcenter)

Entry from non-risk area

fee-based test (Airport, physician, testcenter)

not mandatory

Measures

Quarantine

Entry from risk * & stay in risk area within 14 days prior to entry

obligation to go straight into quarantine  until negative test result is presented

(not applicable if negative test is presented)

Entry from non-risk area within EU or 3rd countries on the official list of the EU****

not mandatory

* Risk areas:

Official list of the Robert-Koch-Institute 

Anyone who enters the Federal Republic of Germany having spent time in a risk area up to 14 days before their arrival is obliged to take a PCR-test and self-isolate until negative test result is revealed. This does not apply if the person only travelled through a risk area without spending time there.

** Accepted Tests:

The test may not have been conducted more than 48 hours prior to entry. In principle, molecular biological tests (PCR tests) are currently accepted from all European Union countries, as well as from the countries mentioned here.

*** Testcenters:

  • Autobahn-test centers, A4 near Görlitz (in direction of Dresden Parkplatz »An der Neiße«) A17 near Bad Gottleuba (in direction of Dresden , Parkplatz »Am Heidenholz«)
  • physician (within 72h after arrival)
  • medical appointment service centre in vicinity by calling 116 117

**** Regulations for travelling to Germany

  • Members from EU states are free to enter Germany if they are listed as non-risk areas
  • Members from 3rd countries that are not listed as safe states by the EU are only allowed to enter for severe reasons.
  • It is also possible for business travellers to enter Germany to visit trade fairs. The following documents are necessary to provide sufficient evidence that entry is absolutely necessary:
    • for trade fair exhibitors: confirmation of participation from the trade fair organiser
    • for trade fair visitors: a ticket for entry to the trade fair and confirmation from at least one exhibitor that the visitor has an appointment for a business meeting at the trade fair.
  • Regardless of the criteria stated above, the decision on whether to permit entry is at the discretion of the officers conducting border checks.
  • Official list of non-risk 3rd states and further info here

Official Hygiene Requirements of the Federal State of Saxony

  • Always keep 1,5m distance
  • Wear a mouth and nose covering in closed rooms where distance cannot be maintained
  • Coughing and sneezing etiquette must be observed and maintained
  • Frequent hand washing and, if necessary, disinfecting is preferred over wearing disposable gloves