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Covid-19: Germany eases restrictions earlier than expected

2021-03-03T21:04:33.727Z

New restrictions may be reimposed if the figure rises above 100 infections per 100,000 inhabitants. In the streets of Aix-la-Chapelle or Frankfurt, despite reminders to the rules, walkers willingly let their masks fall on the back of their necks. This is called "corona fatigue" ("corona-müdigkeit") and it is in the name of this increasingly pervasive syndrome - more than in view of epidemiological statistics - that the German government decided on Wednesday, in agreement with the sixteen Länder,



In the streets of Aix-la-Chapelle or Frankfurt, despite reminders to the rules, walkers willingly let their masks fall on the back of their necks.

This is called "corona fatigue" ("corona-müdigkeit") and it is in the name of this increasingly pervasive syndrome - more than in view of epidemiological statistics - that the German government decided on Wednesday, in agreement with the sixteen Länder, to “gradually” relax the restrictive measures.

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From March 8, the scope of meetings between two homes will be extended to five people, excluding those under 14.

Bookstores, garden stores, nail shops and tattoo shops will reopen, following in the footsteps of hairdressers who resumed their scissors on March 1.

Unspectacular, the movement is rather trying to adapt, politically, to a state of affairs.

In Berlin, the large bookshop on Friedrichstrasse, Dussmann, has been open for several weeks ...

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Source: lefigaro

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