Migration and refugees
The Landratsamt informs: 3 G rule applies to visitors to the Landratsamt from 29 November
The amended Infection Protection Act requires a 3 G-regulation at the workplace since yesterday. Due to the current corona situation, the 3 G-scheme will also apply to visitors to the Böblingen District Office, including all branch offices, from next Monday, 29 November. Before entering the building, a 3 G-detection must be provided (vaccinated, recovered or negative tested with a maximum of 24 hours old rapid test or a maximum of 48 hours old PCR test).
With the regulations, the Böblingen District Office wants to help curb the spread of the coronavirus and protect both customers and employees.
“... SHAPING SOCIETY TOGETHER”
All district citizens, regardless of their origin, are invited and encouraged to join the motto of the First Integration Plan of the district Böblingen.
The integration of immigrants has long since become a central task for the future. In the long term, the aim of this project is to optimise the future prospects of the entire district. To address this situation, the Office for Migration and Refugees was created in April 2015. The various subject areas are closely interlinked and thus work together to develop a culture of recognition and welcome for the district.
Due to the current corona situation, visits to the Office for Migration and Refugees are only possible by prior appointment.