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Safety & Hygienic Measures

We are concerned about the health and safety of all of our staff and attendees and are closely monitoring the COVID situation.

Event Safety

Most of all Corona regulations are being lifted in Germany. The basic protective measures will now apply in Germany.

  • In Neustrelitz, the Mecklenburg-West Pomerania Ordinance of the State Government on Infection Protection Measures against the Spread of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus (Corona Ordinance – “CoronaVO”) in the actual version will apply for the International Workshop on GNSS Ionosphere (IWGI2022) - Observations, Modelling and Applications in Neustrelitz, on 26.09.2022- 28.09.2022. This implements the federal "baseline protections".

As organizers, we continue to recommend adhering to learned safety standards for your own protection and that of others!

Please observe the basic hygiene and behavioral rules (refrain from shaking hands, washing and disinfecting hands regularly, sneezing into the crook of the arm and whenever possible keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from other persons)

Although masks are no longer generally required to wear in the conference rooms, we recommend to wear a mask for your own protection

For the protection of all participants we kindly ask you to stay at home if you feel unwell or ill.

The webpages of the state of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania are updated regularly. Please
continue to keep yourself updated via these websites until the event date

Landesverordnungen - Regierungsportal M-V (regierung-mv.de) (in German only)

We will keep you also informed about via this webpage.

 

Entry to Germany

For entry or return to or from Mecklenburg-West Pomerania risk areas, the German Federal Corona Entry Regulation will apply.

You can find entry restrictions and quarantine regulations in Germany provided by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany on current measures taken in regard to Covid-19 (SARS CoV-2). This page is updated regularly.

 

Further information:

FAQ Covid-19
Information Covid-19 in Germany