In principle, vaccinated and recovered persons are treated the same as negatively tested persons.
In principle, the distance and hygiene rules continue to apply to vaccinated and recovered persons. This means that a minimum distance of 1.5 m and the wearing of mouth and nose coverings are still mandatory.
Lifting of the contact restriction, i.e. vaccinated or recovered persons from several households can meet. Vaccinated and convalescents are not considered another household when meeting privately, meaning if a household is allowed to meet with another person, additional vaccinated persons may join them.
The curfew is lifted for vaccinated and convalescent persons, which means that they are allowed to be out of their own home/accommodation even between 22:00 and 05:00.
Vaccinated and recovered persons who are contacts of a positive-tested person and have no symptoms do not have to be quarantined.
Vaccinated and recovered persons do not need to quarantine when returning from a risk area. However, please refer to the specific regulations under Quarantine for Those Entering and Returning. When returning from a high incidence area or virus variant area, quarantine is still required.
Vaccinated and recovered persons are not required to present a negative rapid test (but must present their vaccination card) wherever there is an obligation to present a negative rapid test (hairdresser, Click&Meet, attendance at an event or at face-to-face classes a university, including after-school and emergency care).