This weekend, the Berlin Senate will allow clubs to open for those who have either been vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19, potentially as early as this weekend.
On August 31, the Berlin Clubcommission announced the decision. The new regulations are expected to go into force this weekend, according to a report by AFP.
People who have been vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 infection will be permitted inside under the new method. Capacity and mask rules will not be enforced. They’ll still be prohibited from entering if they’re unvaccinated or have never received Covid-19.
When it came to those who had recently been vaccinated or recovered, an administrative court found that the prohibition on dancing indoors was “likely to be disproportional.” To comply with this judgment, the Berlin Senate announced its decision today. Since the summer, certain Berlin venues have operated outside spaces.