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Corona crisis: Lufthansa images shock ZDF man Claus Kleber in the "Today Journal"

2020-03-26T06:03:52.454Z

The corona virus forces us all to distance. It should be at least 1.5 meters. Now photos of Lufthansa shock in the "Today Journal" (ZDF).



The corona virus forces us all to distance. It should be at least 1.5 meters. Now photos of Lufthansa shock in the "Today Journal" (ZDF).

  • The corona virus restricts us in our everyday life
  • Distance is said to prevent transmission between people
  • So far Lufthansa does not seem to be able to do this
  • Here you will find the basic facts about the corona virus * and the corona news from Germany *. You will also find current case numbers in Germany * as a map. The following recommendations for corona protective measures are currently available *

Munich - The corona virus requires distance . Distance to our fellow human beings and public life in general. The federal government decided on a nationwide ban on rapprochement up to a maximum of 1.5 meters. In addition to other measures, the ban on contact is intended to slow down the spread of the virus .

Claus Kleber also reports in the Today Journal from 23.03. of these arrangements. They largely worked well, the news anchor said. Nevertheless, there were some places " tightly packed ". But not in a city or on the train. The pictures in the ZDF's Today Journal show people with little distance between them. "Two meters is not the space between, but the space for two people," says Kleber.

Pictures of crowded passengers on airplanes and in airport buses contradict the regulations to avoid contact or to keep distances. # ZDF legal specialist Sarah Tacke explains the legal situation. #Coronavirus # COVID-19 #SpacingKeep pic.twitter.com/RX4OsEbm89

- ZDF today journal (@heutejournal) March 23, 2020

Corona virus: "tightly crowded" in an airplane

It is from Lufthansa photos that are shown in the ZDF news. The domestic flight is full of people. There can be no question of a safe distance here - the plane is obviously "sold out". Even after landing, the bus transfer from the plane to the airport building is nestled close together. Apparently, the Federal Government's measures do not apply to the airline to the same extent. Or is it? “Can they do that?” Claus Kleber asks a legal expert at ZDF. Sarah Tacke affirms and says that legally this domestic flight is okay.

There were no explicit regulations for airplanes and thus Lufthansa in the regulations of the federal government. Lufthansa responded to the broadcaster's request.

Corona virus: Lufthansa reacts to photos

The airline's aircraft have a filter system . Air purification can therefore be compared to that of an operating room . Lufthansa also provides information on its filter system on social media .

Check out this post on Instagram

Flying in times of corona? You probably have many questions right now. Here are a few answers. #Lufthansa

A post shared by Lufthansa (@lufthansa) on Mar 6, 2020 at 10:00 PST

Nevertheless, it is surprising, according to the legal expert, to see two such opposing behaviors. On the one hand there are the regulations that bring a lot of restrictions in the private sector. On the other hand, there are such overcrowded means of transport .

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* merkur.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital network.

List of rubric lists: © Today Jour nal / ZDF

Source: merkur

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