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10.08.2022

Older people should stay at home.; 01/04/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

03.08.2022

It is forbidden to hold events. The following are exempt from the ban: a) Meetings of the state parliament or a municipal council; including its commissions and committees; b) Events for political opinion-forming with up to 50 people; c) religious events and funerals; d) Face-to-face events at compulsory schools; upper secondary and tertiary schools as well as at other educational institutions; e) Events without an audience in the fields of sport and culture; f) Events in family and friends according to Paragraph 2 of the same legislation; 15/01/2021 Measures get extended and tightened: public gatherings with more than 5 people are not allowed.; 24/03/2021 the period of validity of the COVID-19-VJBG is to be extended again until September 30; 2021.;

07.07.2022

Private gatherings with up to 50 people. 29/06/2021: the 50-person limit for private events has been lifted.

06.07.2022

16/03/2020: the government of Liechtenstein imposed or announced considerable restrictions on social life in Liechtenstein.

20.04.2022

Older people should stay at home.; 01/04/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

20.04.2022

17/02/2022 The mask requirement in publicly accessible interiors is lifted. However; the mask requirement from the age of 12 will be maintained until the end of March in public transport and in health and care institutions.; 01/04/2022 Mask requirements expire at 31 of March.;

20.04.2022

Restrictions for care homes.; 01/04/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

20.04.2022

Gyms; wellness and sport centres are allowed to re-open. But they are underlying the restrictions of public gatherings; hence only 10 people are allowed.; 01/04/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

20.04.2022

Events with more than 50 people may only be held with participants who have a valid Covid-19 certificate. Events with fewer than 50 people as well as religious events and funerals are not subject to the certificate requirement.; 01/04/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

20.04.2022

The person limit for outdoor events without a certificate is reduced to 300.; 01/03/2022 The remaining measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid-19 daily allowance expire on Thursday; March 31st.;

17.03.2022

Mandatory face mask use in all indoor spaces; events as well as at the workplace. Restaurant's costumers are allowed to take off their face mask when they are seated at the table only.; 04/01/2022 it is still mandatory to wear a mask if more than one person is in a room. This also applies to coffee or lunch breaks.; 24/01/2022 Primary school classes can be exempted from the obligation to wear masks if there are no positive cases in a class and if at least two thirds of the students take part in the repetitive spit tests. If both requirements are met; the students in the corresponding class can refrain from wearing masks during class.; 17/02/2022 The mask requirement in publicly accessible interiors is lifted. However; the mask requirement from the age of 12 will be maintained until the end of March in public transport and in health and care institutions.;

03.03.2022

The measure ban on all events is still in place. However; there are some relaxations on entertainment venues; including cinemas; theatres; operas; sport events etc. For those events an audience of max. 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors are allowed. Max; capacity 1/3 of all seats available; 15/09/2021: A certificate that proves vaccination; recovery or a negative test is compulsory for bars; and clubs as well as for discos; dance halls and businesses in the fields of culture; entertainment and leisure. The requirements for maintaining distance and the obligation to wear a mask are omitted. In outdoor areas; the request for a certificate is optional. If this is not done; the distances between guest groups must be guaranteed or effective barriers must be installed. Events with more than 50 people may only be held with participants who have a valid Covid-19 certificate; 22/09/2021: celebrations and other events with catering or hospitality in club halls and similar interiors are just as subject to the certification requirement as consumption in restaurants.; 17/02/2022 Entertainment venues can be visited again regardless of vaccination or recovery status and there are no requirements to be observed.;

03.03.2022

Bars and nightclubs remain closed. However; restaurants are allowed to open their outdoor areas. There is no self service; max. 6 people at one table are allowed. Between the tables a distance of 1.5 meters needs to be kept. Guests need to wear a mask until they are seated. Opening hours: 06:00-23:00. ;24/05/2021: Guest can now also access indoor spaces. Max 6 person/table and between the tables a distance of 1.5m should be given. When you leave your seat it is mandatory to wear a face mask. ;14/06/2021: no restricted opening hours for bars and restaurants; 29/06/2021: Restaurants no longer have limits on the number of patrons; however a distance of 1.5 meters must still be maintained between unrelated groups of patrons. Restaurants are no longer required to have guests sit while eating; 15/09/2021: A certificate that proves vaccination; recovery or a negative test is compulsory for restaurants. The requirements for maintaining distance and the obligation to wear a mask are omitted. In outdoor areas; the request for a certificate is optional. If this is not done; the distances between guest groups must be guaranteed or effective barriers must be installed; 22/09/2021: celebrations and other events with catering or hospitality in club halls and similar interiors are just as subject to the certification requirement as consumption in restaurants.; 26/11/2021 The consumption of food and drinks is only permitted while sitting. This applies to both indoor and outdoor areas; thus also for Advent and Christmas markets. Local visitors are also only allowed to take off the mask when they are seated at the table. A distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained between the groups of guests or a barrier must be installed.; 17/02/2022 Restaurants and cafes can be visited again regardless of vaccination or recovery status and there are no requirements to be observed.;

15.12.2021

It is forbidden to hold events with more than 1;000 people; be they visitors or participants. On August 10; the Liechtenstein Government announced the further easing of COVID-19-related restrictions.

15.12.2021

It is forbidden to hold events with more than 1;000 people; be they visitors or participants. On August 10; the Liechtenstein Government announced the further easing of COVID-19-related restrictions. As of August 16; public events may encompass over 1000 people; but organizers must still maintain safety measures including social distancing. If social distancing cannot be maintained; masks are required. Organizers and businesses can also make use of COVID-19 certificates; which allow for those who have been fully vaccinated; tested or have recovered from COVID-19 to participate with reduced protection measures.

15.12.2021

As of August 16; public events may encompass over 1000 people; but organizers must still maintain safety measures including social distancing. If social distancing cannot be maintained; masks are required. Organizers and businesses can also make use of COVID-19 certificates; which allow for those who have been fully vaccinated; tested or have recovered from COVID-19 to participate with reduced protection measures.

09.12.2021

As of 05/07/2021; the mask requirement is lifted in all areas with the exception of public transport. Masks can now also be dispensed with in the workplace; provided the minimum distance of 1.5 meters is maintained or effective barriers are in place between workplaces. The mask requirement remains in place where the distance cannot be maintained and working with barriers is not possible. This includes in particular personal services with physical contact. ; 15/09/2021: The government has decided to reintroduce the mask requirement in publicly accessible facilities with few exceptions (e.g. children <12 years of age; people exempted for medical reasons; artists or athletes who cannot wear a mask); 01/11/2021: Travellers in public transport and persons in publicly accessible interiors of facilities and companies must wear a mask.

28.08.2021

Beginning 3 July 2020 events of people up to 1000 will be allowed. Organizers of events must develop and put in place protective procedures allowing for proper social distancing. As before; all publicly accessible establishments and businesses; as well as events; must continue to take protective measures. Central is hand hygiene and social distancing. ; 01/10/2020: Anyone wishing to hold an event with more than 1;000 visitors or more than 1;000 participants (major event) requires a permit from the Office for Health. Seats are compulsory for the spectator area at major events. The seats must be assigned to the individual visitors.

28.08.2021

Public events allowed up to 30 people max; indoor and outdoor. Events with audience authorised outdoor; up to 300 people with a max of 50% of the seats occupied. Sport competitions are only allowed outdoor; up to 50 participants.

28.08.2021

It is forbidden to hold events. The following are exempt from the ban: a) Meetings of the state parliament or a municipal council; including its commissions and committees; b) Events for political opinion-forming with up to 50 people; c) religious events and funerals; d) Face-to-face events at compulsory schools; upper secondary and tertiary schools as well as at other educational institutions; e) Events without an audience in the fields of sport and culture; f) Events in family and friends according to Paragraph 2 of the same legislation; 15/01/2021: measures get extended and tightened: public gatherings with more than 5 people are not allowed. ; 01/03/2021: public gatherings with more than 10 people are not allowed. No food and beverages can be served at those events. This applies to indoor and outdoor events. ; 29/03/2021: it is possible for children and the youth to participate in outdoor sports activities with a max. of 25 people. The same applies to cultural events: outdoors; max. 25 people; no food and beverages can be served. Update: From 26/04/2021 onwards entertainment venues (theaters; cinemas; etc) are allowed to have an audience of 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors; however apart from these few exceptions; there is still a ban on events. In this case it still applies: max. 10 people indoors and max 25 people outdoors.

28.08.2021

Events are allowed with up to 300 people. The distribution of food and beverages is prohibited at events permitted. It is forbidden to hold dance events.

28.08.2021

In indoor gatherings; a maximum of 300 people is allowed. The distribution of food and beverages is prohibited at events permitted. It is forbidden to hold dance events.

28.08.2021

All public and private events are banned and it is prohibited for more than five people to gather in public spaces.

28.08.2021

Beginning 3 July 2020 events of people up to 1000 will be allowed. Organizers of events must develop and put in place protective procedures allowing for proper social distancing. As before; all publicly accessible establishments and businesses; as well as events; must continue to take protective measures. Central is hand hygiene and social distancing. ; 01/10/2020 Anyone wishing to hold an event with more than 1;000 visitors or more than 1;000 participants (major event) requires a permit from the Office for Health. Seats are compulsory for the spectator area at major events. The seats must be assigned to the individual visitors. At open-air events; the Office of Public Health can exceptionally grant standing room for certain spectator areas; namely in the open area; provided that these are divided into sectors and additional protective measures are provided.

28.08.2021

All public and private events may include up to 300 people.

27.08.2021

Public events allowed up to 30 people max; indoor and outdoor. Events with audience authorised indoor are allowed with up to 100 participants with a max of 50% of the seats occupied.

27.08.2021

Private gatherings with up to 50 people. 29/06/2021: the 50-person limit for private events has been lifted.

17.07.2021

As of 20/12/2020 face masks are mandatory in all public places where a minimum distance cannot be kept. ;15/01/2021: wearing masks in schools has now become mandatory for all students above the age of 12.

24.06.2021

This applies to PRIVATE events ONLY: max 30 people are allowed on private events! If there are more people than 30 people the guidelines of public events apply (e.g. prevention concept). Update on 3/11: from 4 November onward private gatherings are restricted to maximum 10 people and no consumption of food and drinks allowed. Update on 18/12/2020: private gatherings are limited to max. 10 people. Update 15/01/2021: private gatherings are limited to max 5 people; From 01/03/2021 onwards: 10 people. Update 29/3: despite some relaxations in regards of cultural events and sport activities; the number for private gatherings is still limited to 10 people. 24/05/2021: All other public events 30 people.

03.05.2021

Restaurants; bars and night clubs have to close again. Food delivery is possible. Update 23/02/2021 Bars; restaurants and casinos remain closed. The situation will be re evaluated in March

03.05.2021

Gatherings in entertainment venues are allowed to take place; but are underlying the max. 10 people restrictions; hence still marked as a Full measure

15.03.2021

Indoor sport is banned; except for professionals. Gyms in hotels are allowed to remain open and can be accessed by guests. Outdoor sport is allowed but hygiene guidelines have to be followed.

15.03.2021

Due to new measures in place in Switzerland; Liechtenstein introduces restricted opening times for Casinos. Casinos can be open between 06:00 and 19:00. Update from 18/12/2020: From 20 December onwards PARTIAL to FULL as additionally cinema; theater; museums; galleries; libraries etc. have been closed.

14.01.2021

Since 21/10: mask wearing is mandatory in shops; malls; banks; post offices; museums; theatres; restaurants; bars; clubs; casinos; hotels; in the changing rooms of swimming pools; sports grounds; fitness studios; places of worship; GPs; and hospitals. This applies to everyone above the age of 12. Update 20/12/2020 extension of mandatory mask wearing to all public places where a minimum distance cannot be kept.

14.01.2021

06/07/20: In public transport and where physical distancing is not possible. 19/10/202: The mandatory mask wearing has been expanded to employees who work in Gastronomy. It is recommended to wear a mask in any situation where the distance of 1.5 meters cannot be kept.

14.01.2021

In public transport.

14.01.2021

Restaurants and bars are allowed to re open; closing time 23:00; consumption only allowed seated; max. 6 people per table; in between tables 1.5m distance. Nightclubs remain closed.

14.01.2021

Closure of public swimming pools from 12 March.

14.01.2021

Due to new measures in place in Switzerland; Liechtenstein introduces restricted opening times for Casinos. Casinos can be open between 06:00 and 19:00. Update from 18/12/2020: From 20 December onwards PARTIAL to FULL as additionally cinema; theater; museums; galleries; libraries etc. have been closed.

30.11.2020

Restaurants; bars and nightclubs. Take away is possible; canteens and cafeterias in schools; universities; factories are excluded. This measure was supposed to be in force for three weeks; but has been extended until at least the end of November due to the current situation in the country.

18.05.2020

Re-opening of librairies

18.05.2020

Social distancing in restaurant.

02.04.2020

Only private gatherings allowed in the private seeting AND below 5 persons. Not sure how to enter the info. ; modified to outdoor_over_5 (and applies also to indoor most likely by ToKa on 16/05/2020.

22.03.2020

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