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What rules need to be observed when providing adult education and refresher training?

In hobby activities and informal education, and refresher training, all participants over the age of 18, regardless of the number of people, must present a COVID certificate for vaccination, recovery or a negative result of a prior test. Infection risk status need to also be proven if the activity or event takes place at a location of service provision, for instance if a theatre hall or a conference room is rented out for a private event.

The organisers have an obligation to check the validity of COVID certificates. If there is substantiated doubt, the person must be asked to present an identity document.

Indoors, in addition to checking the COVID certificates or tests, it is also important to ensure dispersion and the following of disinfection requirements, and to follow other measures aiming to stop the spread of the coronavirus in accordance with the instructions of the Health Board.

Events and activities where the participants' negative test results, recovery from COVID-19 or completion of a course of COVID-19 vaccination is checked are allowed to have up to 6000 participants indoors and up to 12000 participants outdoors.

The same rules apply activities taking place both indoors and outdoors: sports, training, youth work, hobby activities and informal education, refresher training; sports competitions, and sports and exercise events; saunas, spas, water parks and swimming pools; public meetings and events (including in theatre, in cinema, at a concert, including a church concert, at a conference); in museums and exhibition venues; at entertainment services.

Last updated: 24 March 2021