Avoxa Mediengruppe does not specify a maximum number of people for stands. The key factor is that the people who are present must be able to maintain a minimum distance of 1.50 metres from each other for social distancing. This distance does not need to be maintained at seats at tables with up to 10 people with special registration. You need to take this into consideration from a planning perspective in stand design, zoning and positioning of the exhibitions and presentation space (e.g. LED screens). It is important that social and visit spaces are planned to be of a sufficient size and seating areas and meeting rooms should be designed generously. Should it not be possible to maintain the minimum distance for social distancing in some places, protective hygiene walls must be integrated there. For reception desks and display presentations, the minimum distance to hall aisles must be taken into consideration. Reception desks should be indented by at least 1.50 metres.
Stands comprising multiple floors should have wide stairs or stairs with one-way traffic. Closed meeting rooms or basements of multi-floor stand constructions may only be constructed and operated in an open design or must comply with the regulations of the hygiene and infection protection concept. Rooms which are only used for brief stays of a few people with a maximum of one person using the room at once, e.g. storage rooms, technical rooms, unstaffed cloakrooms, rooms with lockers, are not subject to these conditions and are exempt.
Doors, windows and skylights must be open at all times in walk-in exhibitions.
In principle, you should give preference to using smooth, wipeable surfaces to make regular cleaning easier.
Catering areas and kitchens are to be planned according to the coronavirus protection regulation for the state of Bavaria for gastronomy. You must be able to present a hygiene concept on request from the regulatory agency (public order office/health office).