Deutsche Messe Opens its Door in Hannover as New Corona Ordinance Enables Live Operation

Hannover, Germany – Deutsche Messe AG is taking advantage of a trade fair and event-friendly, long-term regulation, with the new Corona Ordinance in Lower Saxony. The newly published Corona Ordinance of the State of Lower Saxony serves as the starting signal for physical events at Hannover Exhibition Grounds. Trade fairs and events are now permitted in Lower Saxony, thanks to the ‘3G regulation’ and a corresponding safety and hygiene concept. Jochen Köckler, Chairman of the Board of Deutsche Messe AG, said, “With the new Corona Regulation in Lower Saxony, the long-awaited re-launch of trade fairs and events of all types and sizes in Hannover, can now start again.”

The ‘3G regulation,’ individual safety and hygiene concepts for all types of events, the generally applicable AHA rules, and a digital registration obligation for all participants form the core of the Lower Saxony Corona Regulation for trade fairs and events. Köckler, commented, “In combination with a safety and hygiene concept, coordinated with the Hannover Region Health Office, trade fairs and events at the Hannover Exhibition Centre are possible again for vaccinated, recovered and tested participants.”

He further added, “Both for our upcoming guest events, EUHA Congress, INTERGEO, BioNord, and eroFame in September, as well as for our own events, CMM in November and Pferd&Jagd in December, the new Corona Ordinance of the State of Lower Saxony provides the necessary tailwind and enables all event formats to have a solid planning basis.”

Currently, all precautions are being taken on the exhibition grounds in Hannover to ensure the safe operation of all fairs. Prospects for the upcoming trade fairs DOMOTEX, AGRITECHNICA, HANNOVER MESSE, and INTERSCHUTZ, as well as the new exhibition year 2022, are also promising. Under the newly applicable framework conditions of Lower Saxony’s Corona Ordinance, Köckler asserted, “The risk of having to cancel a planned trade fair or event on our exhibition grounds at short notice is therefore almost non-existent in the future.”

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