A warm welcome to Minihaus München!
We hope that you and your families had a lovely summer and had a chance to recharge your batteries.
We are delighted to be taking care of your child at Minihaus München from September and would like to let you have some important information in advance.
We have taken great care with our preparations for the new nursery year, in particular against the background of the continuing coronavirus pandemic. We are aiming to implement all the necessary hygiene and infection prevention measures conscientiously, whilst at the same time ensuring that your children can enjoy their time here without worrying and can join us in discovering the world around them.
For the sake of everyone involved, please wear a face covering when you enter Minihaus premises and wash/sanitize your hands together with your children. We would also ask you to maintain social distancing (at least 1.5 metres) as far as possible when dropping off and picking up. If you are accompanying your child into the group as part of the acclimatization process, we likewise ask that you wear a face covering.
We would furthermore like to draw your attention to the quarantine regulations currently applicable in Bavaria (https://www.gesetze-bayern.de/Content/Document/BayEQV /true). These call for those who have been in an area at risk in the last 14 days to remain in quarantine at home for a period of 14 days once they enter Bavaria. There are exceptions - for example if you can produce a doctor’s certificate in line with the above-mentioned regulations.
It goes without saying that you cannot visit Minihaus München nurseries for the duration of quarantine. Your child may only come back to Minihaus once the 14 days of quarantine have elapsed and assuming that your child is not displaying any symptoms of illness.
The procedure for dealing with children with mild symptoms of illness has caused a great deal of uncertainty in the past. The Bavarian Ministry for Families has now devised a phased plan based on how the pattern of infection is behaving; in Phase 1 and 2, children with mild symptoms of illness are expressly allowed to be looked after. We are currently in Phase 1 and can start normal operation. For more detailed information, see the attached letter from the Ministry for Families.
Dear parents, we are looking forward to welcoming you and your child to Minihaus München in September and thank you for your co-operation and your trust in us.
We will, of course, be pleased to answer any questions you may have.