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Corona FAQs (COVID-19)

Corona FAQs
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The safety of our visitors and employees is our top priority. In order to make a visit to the exhibition possible even during the Corona pandemic, the Gutenberg-Museum has developed a hygiene concept in accordance with the official regulations. It ensures the safety of your visit to the museum, the Print Shop and the Gutenberg Library.

Hygiene and social distancing measures

The following regulations apply to visits to the Gutenberg- Museum, its Print Shop and the Gutenberg Library during the Corona Pandemic:

1) Currently, the "3G rule" applies: All visitors to the Gutenberg Museum who have not been vaccinated or have not recovered must present a negative covid test (max. 24 hours old) carried out by an official testing center.

2) In the premises of the Gutenberg Museum, the Print Shop and the Gutenberg Library visitors and staff are obliged to wear a mouth and nose protection (OP and FFP2 masks). If a medical certificate proves that a guest cannot wear a mouth and nose protection for health reasons, a visit to the museum is still possible. On request, the medical certificate must be presented to the cashiers and supervisors.

3) Please observe a minimum distance of 1.5 to 2 meters in all rooms of the museum. Corresponding distance markings in the ticket office area as well as information signs are posted.

4) In order to guarantee the minimum distance, maximum visitor limits have been set for the areas of the museum lecture hall, the Print Shop and the Gutenberg Library. Our supervison staff members check that the maximum number of visitors is observed and, if necessary, regulate visitor traffic.

5) A guidance system will take you through the Gutenberg Museum and the printing shop. Please follow the signposts.

6) In order to trace possible chains of infection, visitors are asked to leave their contact details either via the Luca app or by means of a contact form when entering the museum. The provision of this data is voluntary. The collected data will be stored for 21 days and then destroyed. Within the framework of the duty to inform under data protection law in accordance with Art. 13 DSGVO, the persons concerned are informed about the processing of personal data. 

7) Please observe the signs in the museum regarding the applicable rules of hygiene and conduct.

8) Please take note of the information signs posted in the museum regarding the applicable hygiene and behavioral rules.
For children, the distance requirement and the mask requirement apply from the age of six. Children up to and including the age of 11 and  schoolchildren are exempt from compulsory testing.

Library use

Use of the Gutenberg Library:

  • For working in the Gutenberg Library, prior registration by telephone or e-mail is necessary to plan and maintain the officially prescribed minimum distances.

We thank you for your understanding!

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