For the third time in a row, Berlin recorded more than 100 incidents in seven days on Thursday. The value rose to 125.3. The “emergency break” should come into effect on Monday: the federal and state governments agreed in early March to withdraw any relaxation in this case. The Senate wants to reach an agreement on Saturday in a special session.
Signals of whether the easing will be withdrawn are still unclear. “I believe it is not possible to give back everything we have fought for in the last few days and weeks for opportunities and freedoms,” ruling Mayor Michael Mல்லller (SPD) said in a government statement to the House on Thursday. Representatives.
On the contrary, vaccination and testing open up new possibilities so that one does not have to act exclusively with controlled activities as in the past. Whether or not an “emergency break” would come into effect in Berlin, M வைத்தார்ller kept it open.
During consultations with Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) on Tuesday night, it was reiterated that the easing of the past few weeks with more than 100 incidents would be withdrawn for three consecutive days in a federal state or region. This withdrawal should take effect on the 2nd working day after the third day in the event of more than 100 – it will be on Monday in Berlin.
This will result in stricter contact restrictions, closure of museums and galleries and an end to the click and meet business in retail. Schools are excluded as the holidays approach.
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Others in the Senate are urging immediate action. “By arranging an emergency brake you don’t pull it off it creates confidence, it creates annoyance,” Senator Glass Letter (left) for culture wrote on Facebook on Thursday. The next few weeks will not be shiny and they will be hard. “Events may rise to higher values than anything known to date.” In this context, Leder writes, “It is doubtful that long-distance action on topics is guaranteed, and then these are incorporated into the by-laws. The existence of low event values that no one can seriously count on in the short term”.
Anne Helm, chair of the Left Parliamentary Committee, called for an emergency break, and even the Social Democrats opposed Mல்லller’s reluctance. SPD health expert Thomas Eisenberg said on Thursday: “Massive veto, emergency brake is necessary now. Looking the other way is not a solution, all shots make it clear.”
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