It will be more difficult for people who have not been vaccinated against the corona virus to take part in public life in Berlin.
From Monday, they will have to pay for the previously free Corona rapid tests themselves.
The Senate also decided on Tuesday to make some changes to the Corona protocols. For example, operators of clubs and other dance venues are now obliged to exclude people without proof of vaccination or convalescence from partying. Sports clubs or concert promoters will once again be allowed to fully occupy their stadiums or halls under 2G without spacing or masking requirements.
1 G = geimpft = vaccinated plus
2 G = genesen = cured plus
3 G = getestet = tested
Vaccination is easy in Berlin! 7 days a week! Drive to the two open vaccination centers, Messe or Tegel Airport.
Both vaccination centers are well connected to transport. Messe is located next to the subway Theodor-Heuss-Platz in Masurenallee. Exhibition hall 21.
In Tegel, vaccination takes place in the old Air Berlin Terminal.
There is plenty of free parking at both locations.
The centers are open for spontaneous vaccinations daily from 11 am – 5 pm. Here you can see how crowded it is. When the light is green, it takes about 45 minutes to get everything.
Bring your ID or passport! And if you have, the yellow vaccination book.
At the end of your second visit, you can apply at the spot for the European Vaccination Certificate.
The employees at the Centers are – untypical for Berlin – extremely friendly!