UPDATE from 10/10

  • Closing time and alcohol ban (applies from 10.10.2020 from midnight) Restaurants within the meaning of the Catering Act are to be closed between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. the following day
  • The serving, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. the following day
  • Sales outlets within the meaning of the Store Opening Act are to be closed between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. 
  • Attendance documentation (Section 3 of the Ordinance)
    – New: is to be guided, indoors and outdoors
    – exclusively for tracing contacts under infection protection law.
  • The following data must be recorded:
    o first and last name,
    o phone number,
    o New: District or municipality of the place of residence or the place of permanent residence
    o full address or e-mail address,
    o Attendance time and
    o If necessary, seat or table number
    – to be kept or saved for a period of four weeks, protected from being viewed by third parties.
    – to hand them over to the competent authority on request.
    – After the retention period has expired, the attendance documentation must be deleted / destroyed.
  • Mouth and nose covering (Section 4 of the Ordinance)
    – A mouth and nose covering must be worn in closed rooms.
    – by customers in service and other commercial enterprises with public traffic (this also applies to hotels),
    – In restaurants by staff with guest contact and guests, provided they are not in their seat.

UPDATE from 03.10.

  • Private events with more than 25 people present at the same time are prohibited in closed rooms (e.g. birthdays, weddings, funeral ceremonies)
  • Private events with more than 50 people present at the same time are prohibited in the open air
  • Attendance documentation:“… (2) The attendance documentation may only be used to implement infection protection regulations, in particular for contact tracking, and must contain the following information:-First and last name,
    -Phone number, District or municipality of the place of residence or the place of permanent residence
    -full address or e-mail address,
    -Attendance time and
    -Seat or table number, if available. … ”

     

  • “… (3) People present such as participants, guests, visitors, customers or users are obliged to provide the information in accordance with paragraph 2 sentence 1 completely and truthfully.
  • (4) The persons responsible in the sense of paragraph 1, persons present who provide incomplete or obviously false information must refuse entry or further residence … “
  • Rules of conduct for guests:
    “Guests must wear a mouth and nose cover in closed rooms in restaurants if they are not at the table – for example when entering and leaving the facility. Guests are obliged to provide completely truthful information when documenting their presence. Violations threaten Fine. These provisions go back to Part I of the SARS-CoV-2 Infection Protection Ordinance. “

We would like to draw your attention to the following regulations again:

  • a maximum of 6 persons are allowed at one table! Tables must be placed with a distance of 1.5 m. This also applies to groups of more than 6 people. It is not allowed to put the tables together. Neither inside nor outside!
  • Long tables from 7 or more persons (e.g. 20 persons at one long table) are not allowed.
  • If you are more than 6 persons, we will place you so that max. 6 people sit at one table and at the next table with 1.5 m distance another 6 people.
  • You now have two options to register with your contact details. With notes or digitally. The collection of contact data is mandatory and must be carried out truthfully AND completely. That goes for inside AND outside.
  • Due to the large number of guests, a mouth and nose cover must be worn on all routes on the entire Zollpackhof. Of course, you can remove them at the table.

Thanks for your support!
Stay healthy!

UPDATE from 09/05

  • The attendance documentation has to be for all guests. Inside AND outside.
  • “(2) The attendance documentation may only be used for contact tracing in accordance with infection control laws and must contain the following information:
    1. Name and surname,
    2. Phone number,
    3. Full address or email address,
    4. Time the person was present and
    5. Seat or table number, if applicable.
      The attendance list pursuant to sentence 1 is to be stored or saved in a place not accessible to third parties for a period of four weeks after the end of the event or service and handed over to the competent authority on request if it is established that one of the participants was ill, suspected of being infected, infectious or a virus-shedder within the meaning of the Infection Protection Act at the time of the event, visit or service. After the retention period has expired, this attendance list must be deleted or destroyed.

    ((3) Persons present, such as participants, guests, visitors, customers or users are obligated to provide the information in accordance with subsection 2 sentence 1 completely and truthfully.

    (4) The persons responsible referred to in subsection 1 must deny access or permission to remain to any person present who provides incomplete or manifestly false information.” (Text from the Website of the Berlin Senate)

Click here for more information on the website of the Berlin Senate.

UPDATE from 07/23

  • from July 24th according to the Berlin Senate, 6 people are allowed to sit at one table without maintaining the minimum distance of 1,5 m
  • The Senate has again drawn attentiom to the proper documentation of the contact details. Dear guests, please enter your contact details in our lists and let us work together to contain Covid 19.
  • The mask requirement for guests applies if you are not sitting at the table.
  • Outside, the minimum distance can be less than 1,5 m, provided protection against droplet infections and aerosoles is ensured.

Click here for more information on the website of the Berlin Senate.

UPDATE from 06/27/20

  • In principle, a minimum distance of 1,5 m from all persons who do not come from one household is to be observed.
  • The staff in contact with guests must wear a mouth-to-nose covering.
  • The mouth-to-nose covering must also be worn by guests if they are not in their seats.
  • The documentation obligation continous to apply in closed rooms. The Zollpackhof also also documents the presence of guets who visit our terrace, because in bad weather everyone must spontaneously sit in the closed rooms.

BEER GARDEN RESERVATIONS ARE POSSIBLE FROM 20 PERSONS VIA E-MAIL. FOR LESS PERSONS YOU ARE ALLOWED TO VISIT US SPONTANEOULSLY.

Click here for more information on the website of the Berlin Senate.

The new regulations are:

  • the presence of the guests MUST be documented and kept for 4 weeks
  • guests MUST also wear mouth and nose protection. This may only be set down at the table.
  • The distance regulations continue to apply
  • From 02.06. EVENTS (meetings, incentives, conventions, events, trade fairs, trade fair-like exhibitions, special markets and commercial leisure activities) are indoors with up to 150 people and from 30.06. allowed with up to 300 participants
  • Outside: from 02.06. 200 people, from 16.06. 500 people and from 30.06. up to 1000 people are permitted for EVENTS (meetings, incentives, conventions, events, trade fairs, trade fair-like exhibitions, special markets and commercial leisure activities)
  • 5 people can now sit at one table or 2 households