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COVID-19 Regulations

for the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon Antholz/Anterselva 2022

By purchasing a ticket, the ticket purchaser accepts the general terms and conditions as well as the current Covid-19 regulations:

COVID-19 regulations:
1)The following Covid-19 regulations are based on the current Green Certificate regulations “vaccinated, recovered, tested”. Please note that the organizers reserve the right to reduce general Green Pass regulations to a limited regulation of vaccinated or recovered at any time.
2)During the event, visitors must comply without exception with the measures prescribed at that time by law, by the authorities and/or by the organiser to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
3)Access to the event site is only permitted with a valid EU COVID digital certificate (the Green Pass). The Green Passport is the proof of being vaccinated, recovered, tested. At the entrances, all visitors are checked for their Green Certificate. If necessary, the organiser has the right to verify the accuracy of the data by an additional check of the identity card or passport. Children under 12 are excluded from this scheme (Green Pass).
4)Requirement for admission is a valid proof of identity when entering the event area:
•Vaccinated: within the last 12 months
•Recovered: within the last 6 months
•Tested: within the last 72 hours by PCR test, within the last 48 hours by rapid antigen test; (the time of the test applies, not the receipt of the result).
5)Ticket holders are responsible for providing the Green Pass proof and for its correctness and validity on the day of the event. The organizers do not provide a testing station.
6)A printed document with an QR code (digital COVID certificate), which is scanned and checked for validity at the checkpoint, is the preferred as 3G proof.
7)Visitors confirm
•that they have not tested positive for Covid-19 on the day of the event
•that they have not had proven contact with anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 in the previous 14 days
•that they are not showing any of the following symptoms: temperature, cough, difficulty breathing
8)In the event of insufficient, expired or dubious Green Pass proof or if the QR code is not legible or verifiable, the organiser has the right to refuse entry to the event.
9)Violations of the prescribed security measures and falsification of the Green Pass proof will lead to denial of admission or expulsion from the event site without entitlement to a refund of the ticket price and may also lead to administrative or criminal prosecution.

10)In crowds, a distance of at least one metre from other people must be observed.
11)In all enclosed areas, such as shuttle buses and toilets, and in areas where the legal minimum distance cannot be maintained, visitors must wear a medical-grade or equivalent mask.
12)The organiser will announce the security measures currently required for the respective event in good time before the event.

Personalised tickets:
13)All tickets will be named tickets. Tickets are only valid for the person they are issued to and are not transferable. Random identity checks will be carried out at the entrance. If the information on the ticket does not correspond to the person presenting it, it is no longer valid.
14)The ticket purchaser must provide the organiser with all necessary ticket holder data for the tickets purchased by the ticket purchaser.
15)The ticket is only issued when the organizer has received all necessary data. To issue a ticket, the following personal data are required:
• First and last name,
• Telephone number,
• Email address if applicable.
The personal data will only be used for contact tracing.
16)If the ticket is passed on, the new ticket holder must be specified. Name changes can only be made in the personal area of the ticket shop and are possible up to 72 hours before the start of the competition.

Visitors acknowledges that due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the event may also be cancelled at short notice or the event may only be held without spectators or with a limited number of spectators. In all these cases, the organiser withdraws from the contract and visitors receive a refund of the ticket price. In the event of a competition taking place with a limited number of spectators, tickets will be reallocated in the number permitted by the authorities according to the chronological purchase date received.
Should there be an increase in the currently permitted spectator capacity, the organiser reserves the right to allocate the newly released seats.
The organiser will notify visitors of any changes to the event via the website www.biathlon-antholz.it and other media channels.

COVID-19 Regulations
COVID-19 Regulations

COVID-19 regulations 2022

for the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon Antholz/Anterselva 2022

General Terms & Condition - ticket sale

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