The state of emergency in Bavaria is lifted as of June 7. There are now only two incidence categories: Areas with incidence less than 50 and areas with incidence between 50-100.
At incidence between 50 and 100, 10 persons from a maximum of three households are allowed to stay together. At incidence of < 50, then 10 persons from any number of households can meet. As before, vaccinated and convalescent persons are not counted in private gatherings or similar social contacts, according to federal law.
Public and private events will again be allowed: if the incidence is between 50 and 100, up to 50 people outside and up to 25 inside, with non-vaccinated or convalescent people requiring negative testing. If the incidence is less than 50, up to 100 people outside and up to 50 inside, plus vaccinated and convalescents.
If the incidence is less than 100, trade is generally opened. The existing requirements for all stores (hygiene concept, customer limit of one customer per 10 sq. ft. for the first 800 sq. ft. of retail space, and an additional one customer per 20 sq. ft. for the portion of retail space exceeding 800 sq. ft.) remain in effect. The need for appointments is eliminated.
Indoor food service will be open and food service establishments may remain open indoors and outdoors until 2400, if the incidence is less than 100. A negative test is only required for incidence between 50 and 100. The regulations on mandatory masks remain in place.
Lodging is allowed for all persons who are allowed to stay together according to the new general contact restrictions (10 persons, with incidence between 50 and 100 from a maximum of three households). In areas with an incidence < 50, each guest will have to present a negative test upon arrival; in areas with an incidence between 50 and 100, testing will remain every 48 hours.
Recreational facilities (solariums, saunas, spas, thermal baths, amusement parks, indoor playgrounds and comparable recreational facilities, show caves, visitor mines, city and guest tours) may reopen with infection control plans. In areas with an incidence between 50 and 100, a negative test is required.
Cultural / outdoor events will be allowed starting June 7 with fixed seating for up to 500 people. A test is required for incidence between 50 and 100.
Sports (non-contact as well as contact sports) will be allowed indoors as well as outdoors in all areas with an incidence < 100 without fixed group upper limits, but in areas with an incidence between 50 and 100 only for participants who can show a current negative test.
Federal emergency brake one-to-one: In areas with an incidence > 100, the federal emergency brake will apply one-to-one in the future.
A full ordinance translation is posted under the Host Nation Resources banner and a plain language translation is in the Tab 1 summary under 7ATC General Order Information banner on this page.