The federal and state governments have agreed on the proceeding during the Corona pandemicand have begun with gradual openings. The German trade fair industry is urgently awaiting a signal for the re-start due to its long lead and planning times for trade fairs and exhibitions.As marketplaces for different industry sectors as well as innovation and cooperation platforms, trade fairs are an important factor for the short and medium-term recovery of the German economy. Small and medium-sized companies in particular also need their regional and national trade fairs as sales and distribution platforms. More than 50% of exhibiting companies have so far suffered measurable economic losses due to the cancellation of trade fairs. Trade fair organisers and their service providers had sales declines of over 70% in 2020.AUMA therefore calls on political decision-makers to enable the reopening of trade fairs in a timely manner. From AUMA's point of view, the federal and state governments should build on the tried and tested guidelines from 2020. The trade fair industry offers holistic health protection concepts that have been approved, tested and coordinated by the authorities and can be implemented again immediately.German exhibition organisers are able to meet all relevant requirements for a safe trade fair participation in times of Corona - by taking the following measures:
Below you will find an overview of the instructions given by the trade fair organisers in Germany on how to handle Covid-19 on the exhibition grounds and at trade fairs. This overview is not exhaustive. We try to keep this overview as up-to-date as possible.
Trade fair participation in times of Covid-19 pandemic
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