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The hard lockdown will soon be over, but strict corona rules will remain. You must abide by these measures from 7 December.

Friday, at 12:30 pm, the main committee of the national parliament met. The only item on the agenda was the 2nd COVID-19 Protection Measures Ordinance (2nd COVID-19-SchuMaV). This is to seal the changes to the initial restrictions after the lockdown.

So far the exit restriction is valid the whole day over, starting from 7 December only between 20 o’clock and 6 o’clock in the morning. The exceptions remain largely the same, reports the APA, which has the text of the prescription, in advance. Reasons for leaving the home include not only averting danger, providing assistance and exercising family rights and duties, but also continuing to work and study, as well as physical and mental recovery.

The somewhat unwieldy term “covering the basic needs of daily life” also conceals the restriction of contact with the family. Specifically, contact with the life partner who does not live in the common household and individual closest relatives is permitted. This includes parents, children and siblings.

A detailed change can be found in the “individual important caregivers” that one is allowed to meet at night. The last change will be reversed, now you can also meet people with whom you only had “non-physical” contact several times a week. This is the government’s reaction to the strong criticism that otherwise at Christmas all those who, out of caution, had previously only had virtual contact would be completely isolated socially.

During the day, meetings of two households with a maximum of six adults plus six children are permitted. The government has announced exceptions for the Christmas holidays and New Year’s Eve. However, these are no longer part of the current regulation, which, according to the APA, expires on December 23.

The baby elephant and thus the minimum distance to all households outside the household will remain. In closed public spaces, the obligation to wear a mask still applies. With the end of the lockdown, however, more life is coming back onto the streets. Retailers are allowed to open up again, and even the “body-near” service providers, who are sorely missed by many, are allowed to get back to work.

However, in order to prevent crowds of people from entering the shopping centers, the number of customers in the building is also severely limited. This is where the next change is waiting, because in future the 10-square-meter rule will no longer include the connecting area. Customers will be allowed to enter the building “solely for the purpose of passing through” to the stores. Eating or drinking in them is also prohibited.

Museums and libraries may also open. Cinemas and other venues remain closed. Zoos are also not yet provided for opening in the current regulation. According to an announcement by the government, they are also to open on December 24. From Christmas Eve on, ski lifts are also to resume operation.

The catering trade must continue to make do with delivery and collection services. But the government is now putting a stop to the punch stands that are so popular during Advent. Between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the evening, only “non-alcoholic beverages and alcoholic beverages bottled in standard sealed containers” may be handed out to customers. A mug of mulled wine to go is therefore no longer permitted, as the APA notes. The prohibition of consumption in the vicinity of the restaurants is still valid.

In the hospitals and nursing homes, it will remain at one visitor per resident / patient per week. For minors and residents in need of support, two additional visitors per day are permitted. Pregnant women may also only be visited by “at most one person” for examinations and before, during and after delivery. There are exceptions only in the palliative and hospice areas.

Students from the lower grades on will be required to wear a mask. But: In Faßmann’s opinion, compliance with this requirement must not be enforced “by hook or by crook”. If the rooms are ventilated more often, the mask can also be removed, he explained on Friday.

As the APA finally reported, the announced “strict entry regime” is also to be regulated by a separate regulation. However, this will probably not be ready until next week.

Hp with reports from APA, picture: pixabay.com

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