According to a decision by the Ministry of Health, supermarkets and drug stores are allowed to offer all their goods again.
This causes displeasure among many specialist dealers.
- The strict
has been in place in Bavaria for a little over a month
Numerous businesses and service providers are affected.
Your shop doors will remain closed - initially until February 14th.
extension of the measures
cannot be ruled out.
In these difficult times for the entrepreneurs, a decision by the
great lack of understanding.
Corona: Sales ban for supermarkets and drug stores lifted
Up until now it was the case in Bavarian
that only goods for daily consumption were allowed to be offered there.
The larger shops in particular had to cordon off their areas with toys or household goods, for example.
These could not be sold.
Augsburg administrative court
now partially overturned these sales bans, which led to the city of Kempten
Ministry of Health
The authorities were asked to
sales ban rule
Then the bang.
On Wednesday (January 27), the
Ministry of Health
This means that supermarkets and drugstores can offer all their goods again.
So you can look forward to shops that focus on goods that are intended for daily needs.
such as toy shops or perfumeries
into the tube.
A toy retailer from Aichach calls the decision a "clear distortion of
" (see video above).
He only has the option of selling his goods via Click & Collect *, i.e. ordering online and picking them up on site.
However, his sales have
by 70 percent
since the tightened
Corona: Bavaria's hairdressers are not allowed to make house calls
get a damper missed.
They also had to close shortly before Christmas and have been doomed to do nothing ever since.
In Bremen, on the other hand, her colleagues have found a loophole in the
They are allowed
Hairdressers must also remain closed there.
However, handicrafts and services are
permitted provided that
hygiene measures are
However, this loophole does not exist in Bavaria.
The rule is formulated much more strictly in the Free State: "Services for which physical proximity to the customer is essential, such as hairdressers, cosmetic studios, massage practices, tattoo studios or similar businesses are prohibited." And there is no change in sight.
For weeks, the
has been appealing
to reopen the shops.
State guild master Christian Kaiser said: “We need a perspective for our salons.” But so far the demands have not been heard.
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