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Health & Safety Measures

Health & Safety Measures

Visit and network safely is returning for a live, in-person event on 22 & 23 June 2022.

When hosting our events, we follow the currently applicable regulations of the state of Berlin for containing the spread of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. We adapt our own hygiene rules to the recommended measures of the state.

All participants and staff will have to provide a proof of vaccination or recovery which are deemed equivalent to a negative test result (daily antigen rapid test or PCR test not older than 48h).

Be assured that we take all steps necessary to make your visit safe 

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Disinfection & cleaning

You will find disinfection dispensers all around the event area, at the toilets and outside all doors. All surfaces will be cleaned regularly throughout the day.

Level air quality

We will ensure well-ventilated spaces. The use of air filtering devices in particular in meeting rooms will provide an adequate indoor air quality.


There will be a quick-test station on site, free of charge for participants.

Non-contact routes through the venue

All doors, except for access to the toilets and fire doors, remain permanently open.

Staff & service personnel

Staff will wear a medical mask throughout the day as soon as they move within the location.

Symptoms of illness

You have the option of cancelling free of charge in the event of symptoms of illness, even shortly before the event.

Rules for visitors

Wear a medical mask

A medical (FFP2, KN95, surgical) mask is recommended whenever you move around and interact with other visitors or exhibitors.

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Keep your distance

Please keep at least 1.5m of distance to other visitors and exhibitors whenever possible.

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Follow general hygiene guidelines

Wash or disinfect your hands frequently and sneeze only into a tissue or the crook of your arm.

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General guidelines in Berlin and Germany

An overview of the general COVID guidelines in Berlin can be found on the Senate’s website. An overview of the guidelines for international travel to Germany can be found on the Federal Foreign Office’s website.

Senate’s website

Federal Foreign Office’s website

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