The holiday measures: No New Year’s Eve parties, nationwide mass testing, mask also in office

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Government and states announce new Corona rules: In the future, masks will be mandatory even in offices. Nationwide mass tests from January 8 to 10.

On Friday evening, the government held a video conference with the provincial governors. Topic: the Corona rules for Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

🎄 New Year’s Eve only two households.
The upcoming holidays are a cause of concern for politicians in times of pandemic: the government wants to relax the rules only to a limited extent, even on Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

The big party at the turn of the year is cancelled: Allowed under these plans are meetings of six people from two households, plus six children.

The leaders of the federal government discussed the plans yesterday with the state governors.

▶️ Christmas Day: On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (Dec. 24 and 25, respectively), the other curfew restrictions will not apply, according to the plans. Meetings of up to ten people from any number of households are to be permitted. On December 26, the restrictions will apply again: meetings of six people (plus six children) from two households will be allowed.

▶️ 2nd New Year’s Eve: The nighttime curfew restrictions are relaxed, but not the rules for gatherings. Celebrations and gatherings with people from another household are therefore permitted, for a total of six adults and six children.

▶️ Nationwide testing, another round of mass testing is planned from January 8 to 10 – after the vacations. In regions with high infection rates, district-wide testing is planned.

Certain occupational groups will be required to test every two weeks.

▶️ 4. Masks: In shopping streets and areas with many people, mouth-nose protection will also be mandatory outdoors. In the workplace, the mask will be mandatory if the distance is not maintained.

  • hp, from the press conference of the Federal government on 11 December live via puls4. picture: pixabay.com
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