It was to be expected: The Corona traffic light is now also red in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen district. New rules now apply.
In the Garmisch-Partenkirchen district, the corona incidence value 50 was exceeded on Monday.
In the Corona test station, operations are in full swing.
With the red phase, new rules apply.
Primary school students are also affected.
- Now the district of Garmisch-Partenkirchen
has also been hit
Corona traffic light
which is currently
highest pandemic level
that has been issued
according to the classification by the
Bavarian state government
, but: The region
the value of
on Monday, was exactly
"We have crossed the
, which was unfortunately to be expected when you see how high the values are in the neighboring districts," emphasizes District Administrator
Anton Speer (Free Voters).
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One thing is very important to him: “We are trying everything, so that we stick to the values as low as possible.” That is why the
Corona test station is
, which the district paid around 220,000 euros for the first month of September alone Construction and the staff has kept going at
“We even tested on Sunday,” explains Speer.
it is always decided at short notice how big the rush is.
And it's still immense.
“I think we're currently doing around 150 tests a day,” estimates Speer.
political leader of the region
appeals again urgently to the population: "Take the rules seriously - and let yourself be tested."
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The district only reached the yellow phase of the Bavarian corona traffic light on Friday evening (October 23), only three days later it is now
This brings with it some important changes: The further
p.m. and the
which will also apply to all
primary school students
in the district for lessons,
"I know that we will get a lot of
especially for this
," emphasizes Speer.
"But we are concerned with the health of the children as well as the entire district population." Therefore, the district administrator is already making it clear: "We will
not move away
, as other regions have done, we are sticking to it." Speer names the district of Ebersberg or the city of Munich.
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Legally, the new situation is not a major state act.
This is assured by Jan Knopp, head of the public security office in the district authority.
When the 50 mark is exceeded, the regulations of the Seventh Bavarian
Infection Protection Measures Ordinance
automatically come into force.
“We don't have to arrange anything for this,” explains Knopp.
It will take effect the next day after it is first mentioned - so it is called in official German.
In plain language: on Tuesday (October 27th) since midnight.
At the same time, there is still the
the district in which the
zones and streets in the four largest communities Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Murnau, Mittenwald and Oberammergau is stipulated.
“This continues to apply, we don't have to renew it because we are now in the
,” emphasizes Knopp.
This came into force on October 25th and will run until November 8th.
There are currently no plans to designate other zones in smaller towns: "We discussed this with the municipalities," says Knopp.
"These places are usually not that crowded, not so many people come together."
Strict corona measures in Garmisch-Partenkirchen: visiting rules in the clinic tightened
obligation to wear masks
in the large municipalities has now also been made visible.
In Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the employees of the building yard raised
at traffic lights and at neuralgic points in the protection zones.
This is also planned in Murnau.
“Because it is difficult to inform everyone about it.
After all, not everyone has the newspaper or looks at the information board for the community, ”says Kreszentia Oppenrieder, manager of the Murnau market town.
The police also saw her on patrol through Ober- and Untermarkt at noon.
"They also made people aware of the
As one of the first larger facilities in the region, the Garmisch-Partenkirchen Clinic reacted immediately to the 50s incidence and
visiting rules again.
"From now on, only one person named by the patient and registered by the clinic will have access every day," emphasizes Gudrun Stadler, press spokeswoman for the clinic.
Up to now, one visitor without a specific name per patient was allowed.