Because of the rapidly increasing corona numbers, a "lockdown" was imposed on the Rottal-Inn district.
Shortly thereafter, Nuremberg announced the next bad news: the Christmas market was canceled.
The number of new infections with the coronavirus continues to rise rapidly.
Drastic measures have now been imposed in the Bavarian district of Rottal-Inn.
The city of Nuremberg has now announced the cancellation of the world-famous Christkindlesmarkt.
in Nuremberg * is canceled this year due to the
The city of Nuremberg announced this
on Monday with a
view to the
increasing number of corona cases
“This decision is very difficult for us.
The Christkindlesmarkt with its great tradition is part of Nuremberg, ”said Mayor Marcus König (CSU).
Corona in Nuremberg: Christmas market canceled due to the number of cases
As in the rest of Bavaria, the number of new corona infections in Nuremberg is moving
towards the threshold of 100
and more infections within seven days.
According to the Bavarian Ministry of Health, this is currently 76.01.
"It can be assumed that the threshold will rise above 100 in the near future and the
Corona traffic light will change
to dark red," said König.
#Christkindlesmarkt 2020 canceled: In view of the rapidly increasing number of corona cases, the city of # Nuremberg has decided with a heavy heart to cancel the market: https://t.co/nxwZMwxjGU #ckm Photo: Uwe Niklas pic.twitter.com/Fg1B7GN9vE
- City of Nuremberg (@nuernberg_de) October 26, 2020
Corona in Bavaria: World famous Christmas market in Nuremberg canceled
The city originally planned to have the
traditional Christkindlesmarkt more
decentralized and with a strict hygiene concept.
But in view of the increasing numbers, the city now thinks this is a wrong signal, said König.
Together with the Dresden Striezelmarkt, the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt is one of the
The Christ Child traditionally opens this with the prologue, which usually thousands of visitors listen to on the main market.
The city is still considering what role the Nuremberg Christ Child could play this year, it said.
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