29 Jun 2021

COVID-19 Guidelines for G! 2021

G! 2021 kicks off on July 15 and we are looking very much forward to welcoming you at this years festival.

In order to have a safe festival for artists and guests, we kindly ask you to follow three guidelines. 

1. Get a COVID-19 test before the festival
We ask all artists and guests to present a negative COVID-19 test no more than three days old. Testing in the Faroe Islands is free of charge and you can get more info on www.corona.fo  

2. If traveling from abroad, make sure to arrive at least 4 days before the festival
Only attend the festival after receiving the negative result of your 4th day post-arrival test. This also applies for those that have been vaccinated for COVID-19 or have been infected.

3. Maintain strict hygiene at all times. 
Maintain rigorous hand hygiene, washing your hands thoroughly and often. Use sanitiser if you do not have access to soap and water. This helps keeping us all safe at the festival.

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