What functions does the school administration have

School administration; Administration of schools by district offices and urban districts

7 day incidence

These are the RKI incidence values ​​for today and for the last five days for the Würzburg district:

19.05.202132,0
18.05.202135,1
17.05.2021
34,5
16.05.202132,0  
15.05.202130,8
14.05.202141,3

since May 2, 2021 (0:00 a.m.) the district of Würzburg falls into the Incidence level below 100 New infections per 100,000 inhabitants.
This classification is valid until May 20, 2021, midnight.

When does the change to another incidence area take place?

Exceeds the 7-day incidence published by the RKI three a threshold value on consecutive days, new regulations come into force on the next but one day.

Falls below the 7-day incidence published by the RKI five a threshold value on consecutive days, new regulations come into force on the next but one day.

The Würzburg district office officially announces as soon as a threshold value has been exceeded or fallen below.

  


This applies in the district of Würzburg since May 2nd, midnight (or in special areas from May 10th):

The nocturnal exit restriction does not apply.

Contact restriction

Meetings are possible froma maximum of five people from two households. Children under the age of 14 are not included in the calculation.

Opening of the shops

Shops can open under the following conditions:

  • Opening for individual customers: inside after prior appointment booking for a fixed, limited period of time. The customer's contact details are to be collected.
  • The minimum distance of 1.5 m between the customers: inside can be maintained.
  • The number of customers present at the same time must not be higher than one customer per 40 m2 Sales area (for supermarkets, drugstores and other shops that are allowed to be open regardless of the incidence: one customer per 10 m² for the first 800 m² and 20 m² for the part exceeding 800 m²).
  • In the sales rooms, on the sales area, in the entrance and waiting areas in front of the sales rooms and in the associated parking lots, a mask is required for staff and an FFP2 mask is required for customers and their companions.
  • An elaborated protection and hygiene concept is available; this must be submitted to the responsible district administrative authority on request.

Opening of cultural sites

Museums, exhibitions, memorials, objects belonging to the Bavarian Administration of State Palaces, Gardens and Lakes and comparable cultural sites as well as zoological and botanical gardens can only open from May 2, 2021 if an appointment has been made in advance. Here, too, there is the obligation to maintain the minimum distance, FFP2 mask requirement for visitors: inside, contact data collection and the existence of a developed protection and hygiene concept.

From May 10, 2021: The opening of theaters, concert halls, opera houses and cinemas is prohibited for visitors with a negative test evidence (a POC antigen test carried out no more than 24 hours ago or a self-test carried out on site under supervision or a PCR test carried out no more than 24 hours ago) authorized. Documentation for contact tracking must also be provided. In addition, the framework concept issued by the Bavarian State Ministries for Science and Art and for Health and Care for theaters, concert or opera houses as well as the framework concept for cinemas published by the Bavarian State Ministries for Digital Affairs and for Health and Care must be adhered to.

Sports

Contact-free sport is possible, subject to the contact restrictions (up to five people from two households) and also in groups of up to 20 children under the age of 14 outdoors.

From May 10th: Contact-free indoor sports and outdoor contact sports are permitted, provided that all participants have negative evidence of the test (a POC antigen test carried out no later than 24 hours or a self-test carried out on site under supervision or one carried out no more than 24 hours ago PCR test). Here, too, the contact restrictions must be observed (indoors and outdoors). Documentation for contact tracking must also be provided. In addition, the framework concept for the field of sport issued by the Bavarian State Ministries of the Interior, for Sport and Integration and for Health and Care must be adhered to.

Gyms

Fitness studios are considered recreational facilities and are currently prohibited in closed rooms, regardless of the respective 7-day incidence. For the range of a 7-day incidence of up to one hundred (the district of Würzburg has been in this level since May 2, 2021), the operation and use of fitness studios is only permitted in the open air.

Body-hugging services including hairdressing and foot care (from May 10, 2021)

The exercise and use of services for which physical proximity to the customer is essential is permitted. It should be noted in particular that customers wear an FFP2 mask, as far as the type of service allows. Personnel must wear a medical face mask in accordance with health and safety regulations.

Here, too, the obligation to maintain the minimum distance, to collect contact data, to make appointments and to have a developed protection and hygiene concept.

gastronomy

The dispensing and delivery of food and beverages is permitted; customers must wear an FFP2 mask, as must staff with customer contact. The food and drinks may not be consumed at the point of delivery or in the immediate vicinity.

From May 10th: The opening of restaurants in the outdoor area between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. for visitors who have booked an appointment in advance, including documentation for contact tracking, is permitted. People from several households are only allowed to sit together at a table, taking into account the contact restrictions, if a POC antigen test carried out no more than 24 hours ago or a self-test carried out on site under supervision or a PCR test carried out no more than 24 hours ago for an infection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is present with a negative result. In addition, the framework concept issued by the Bavarian State Ministries for Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy and for Health and Care for the catering sector must be adhered to.

schools

Classroom lessons are held at all schools, provided that the minimum distance of 1.5 m can be reliably and consistently maintained, or alternate lessons. The specific decision as to whether classroom or alternating lessons take place is up to the respective institution.

Only schoolchildren are allowed to take part in face-to-face lessons and the face-to-face phases of the alternating lessons as well as emergency care and lunchtime care if they undergo a test twice a week for an infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. For this purpose, the pupils must have a written or electronic negative result of a PCR or POC antigen test at the beginning of the school day and present this on request or must have carried out a self-test with a negative result in the school under supervision.

The test on which the test result is based or the self-test carried out in the school must have been carried out a maximum of 48 hours before the start of the respective school day.

For teachers and school administration staff, the rules for schoolchildren apply to their work in the classrooms, with the proviso that a self-test can also be carried out outside of school and without supervision if the person confirms that the test result has been negative.

Day care

Day care centers, day care centers, holiday day care and organized play groups for children can only be opened if care is provided in fixed groups (limited regular operation).

Schoolchildren are only allowed to take part in the care offers if they have been tested for infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in accordance with the requirements for face-to-face teaching.


Extracurricular education

Vocational training, advanced and advanced training courses, first aid courses and the training of members of the fire brigade, rescue service and technical relief organization are permitted in face-to-face form if a minimum distance of 1.5 m is maintained between all those involved.

A mask is required if the minimum distance cannot be reliably maintained, especially in traffic and meeting areas, as well as during face-to-face events on the square. If compliance with the minimum distance is not possible due to the type of test, other equally effective protective measures must be taken.

Instrumental and vocal lessons may only be given as individual lessons in face-to-face form. A minimum distance of 2 m must be reliably maintained throughout. The teaching staff is obliged to wear a medical face mask within the framework of occupational health and safety regulations. For pupils: FFP2 mask compulsory applies; These obligations are only waived if and as long as active music making does not permit the use of a mask; the operator must also maintain a protection and hygiene concept.


Relaxation for vaccinated and recovered people (valid from May 6, 2021)

You will find detailed answers to the most frequently asked questions about relaxation for convalescents and those who have been vaccinated in our press release of May 6, 2021. For those who have been completely vaccinated and those who have recovered, there is no obligation to test in areas that benefit from openings from May 10th. In addition, it applies to these people that the contact restrictions and the regulations on exercise and practical sports training with only a limited group of people do not apply to them.

From May 14, 2021, vaccinated and convalescent people will no longer be required to test when visiting old people's and nursing homes. Employees in the facilities who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered will also be exempt from the obligation to test from May 14th.


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