The head of the Weidener Tafel is considering introducing the 2G rule instead of 3G.
For this he now receives threatening letters.
But he doesn't want to be intimidated by it.
Willows - 2G or 3G? - That is the question that is currently being asked in the Weidener * Tafel. Because some volunteers are not only afraid of being infected while working with unvaccinated people, but could also possibly pass the coronavirus * on to their families, the head of the facility, Josef Gebhardt, would like to introduce the 2G rule in the future - i.e. only vaccinated and convalescent people let into the interiors. Word of this has now got around, which is why Gebhardt is now grossly hostile. The
Last weekend alone (September 18/19), the Tafel boss received 30 emails with hate messages according to the news portal.
has two of them
- the author threatens Josef Gebhardt with the "military court".
However, he does not want to let the hostility get him down and relies on the introduction of the 2G rule.
By the way, he's not alone in this.
For example, a Nuremberg bar operator has set 2G for its restaurant.
Weidener Tafel boss is in a dilemma: In the future, he only wants the 2G rule
But Josef Gebhardt is now in a bind.
If he doesn't do anything, he will lose his staff and may no longer be able to run the board.
This would mean that no Tafel customer would have access to cheap groceries.
However, if he does something, he excludes the unvaccinated from the rooms of the table.
One of his volunteers is Hermann Rothballer, 69 years old.
He is insecure about helping there.
"Our children always say, stay at home because of the grandchildren, so that we don't infect our grandchildren," he says to the
In his experience, this uncertainty has already spread to some people who collect them, so that they stay away from the blackboard.
The boss of the Weidener Tafel does not want to deny unvaccinated people access to food
Of course, the board boss does not want to deny the unvaccinated customers the purchase of food - but he does not necessarily want to pay attention to the vaccination opponents in order to be able to continue opening the board.
Instead, he suggests the solution that the people concerned send a vaccinated person over to collect the goods for them.
However, the introduction of the rule is not yet dry.
At the end of September, the five chairmen of the board of directors meet to discuss this.
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