Special corona occupational health and safety rules apply in Bavaria.
These are regularly checked, especially at the hotspots.
Thousands of defects were found.
Munich - The government of Upper Bavaria has found around 4,400 deficiencies in Upper Bavarian companies since the corona health and safety regulations were published last August.
The authority announced this on request.
The occupational safety rules stipulate, for example, that employers must ensure that the distance rules are observed in the company or that employees wear masks if sufficient distance is not possible.
Data on how many companies in Upper Bavaria are currently working from home are not available to the authority, it said.
Bavaria: Corona controls in companies - hotspots in particular in focus
The government of Upper Bavaria announced that the trade inspectorate has carried out around 1,400 company inspections since August.
However, not always on site, in some cases the reviews also take place in writing or by telephone.
The focus of the controls is in the districts and cities with the highest incidence values, emphasized a spokesman for the authority.
The overall Bavarian incidence * fell further on Wednesday to 121. The city of Hof had the highest incidence with a value of 456 - a national peak.
There it was said by a spokeswoman for the city that most of the infections happen in private.
Corona incidence values in Bavaria: Eleven districts under 100 - Easter numbers, however, less reliable
In southern Upper Bavaria, eleven districts are currently below the Corona * incidence value of 100. The eastern districts of Mühldorf, Altötting and Traunstein have the highest levels of infection.
The Robert Koch Institute also points out that the numbers after the Easter holidays could give a distorted picture due to a lower number of tests and the delay in reporting by the authorities *.
Only after the vacation is the number of tests back to a comparable level.
(kp / mm)
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