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Social distancing, despite vaccination?

Even though it rarely happens, it is possible to contract and transmit the virus despite being vaccinated. And, sometimes, you don’t even show any symptoms. This is why you must continue to observe the familiar rules concerning hygiene and behaviour.

Keep your distance:

Namely at least 1.5 metres to the people around you. Maintaining this distance is and remains essential, both outdoors and indoors.

Wear a mask:

This is particularly important if you are unable to maintain the safe distance of 1.5 metres (e.g. in supermarkets, in restaurants or on the side-lines of football fields etc.).

Observe proper hygiene guidelines

Wash your hands thoroughly and regularly with soap and water. If you do have to cough or sneeze, always do it into a handkerchief or the crook of your arm.

Ensure sufficient ventilation:

Keep rooms well ventilated; normal breathing and speaking produces aerosols (tiny particles that float in the air) and droplets that can transmit the virus.

Corona-Warn-App

This app informs you if you have had contact with an infected person, which is important so that you can act accordingly.

Our measures to get us all back to a normal way of life:

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COVID-19 vaccines are the best way to safeguard against serious illness and the best chance of protecting yourself, your family and those around you!

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Even though it rarely happens, it is possible to contract and transmit the virus despite being vaccinated. This is why you must continue to observe the familiar rules concerning hygiene and behaviour.

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If you are unaware that you have been infected with the virus, you can transmit it to the people around you, your family and your friends. This is why regular testing is so important.

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This is where you can find more information about COVID-19 / coronavirus vaccination, recommended protective measures and testing.

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