Regulations in Hamburg

Since Saturday, 30 April 2022, almost all restrictions of the Corona Containment Regulation in Hamburg have been lifted. The obligation to wear masks indoors and the 2G+ access controls at events or dancing events also cease to apply. Likewise, there are no longer any capacity limitations for events.

The following still applies: Obligation to wear a mask in local public transport

In means of public transport according to § 2 section 3, passengers and other users are obliged to wear an FFP2 mask according to § 3 of the current ordinance; this does not apply in open areas of the means of transport.

The following still applies: Obligation to isolate in the case of a positive test.

Anyone who has a positive rapid test must isolate themselves and have a PCR test carried out. If the infection is confirmed after a laboratory result, isolation at home must be started on one’s own – even without further orders from the health authority. Infected persons must remain in isolation for ten days. If a new test is negative after seven days, the isolation can be ended prematurely.

Latest information on the Corona pandemic

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Further links and information

General Corona FAQ – the most important questions and answers about the corona virus in Hamburg. These FAQs are updated daily.

www.hamburg.de/faq-english

Information from the Federal Ministry of Health

To the latest information about the coronavirus

Information from the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA)

To the frequently asked questions about the coronavirus

Information from the Hamburg Authority for Health and Consumer Protection

To the information about the coronavirus

Information from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI)

To the frequently asked questions about the coronavirus

Information from the World Health Organization (WHO)

To the frequently asked questions about the coronavirus
On the rules of conduct for dealing with easily transmitted infectious diseases

Supplementary notes

We recommend that you follow the usual behavioral instructions to avoid infection with infectious diseases. We also recommend that you only obtain information from reputable sources, official agencies and federal authorities.