Further openings fixed for June 10

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After days of wrangling within the coalition, there now seems to be agreement on a date for the next opening steps. ORF.at published on Wednesday that there will be further relaxations on June 10. This has been alöso announced by Health Minister Wolfgang Mückstein in an interview conducted by the Austrian Television on Monday via “Zeit im Bild 2.”

On Monday, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) had announced the next relaxations for June 17, Mückstein had then meant in ZIB2, he could already imagine June 10 as the deadline. “I am glad that everyone is now on an opening course,” Kurz then said on the sidelines of the EU summit in Brussels on Tuesday night. The exact details will probably be fixed in the course of the government’s consultations with provincial governors and experts on Friday.

However, some things were already known in advance. Planned are – with fulfillment of certain conditions – according to the health minister relaxations of the mask obligation, the shifting of the curfew to 24.00 o’clock, the doubling of the number of persons per table and the permission of larger celebrations such as weddings.

The Ministry of Health, when asked whether it was not too early for further relaxations, as the consequences of the latest openings cannot yet be assessed, stressed to ORF.at that it was necessary to plan now for the near future. This also requires new regulations, for example. These plans are being drawn up on the basis of forecasts by experts. If the data situation changes, the plans will also be adapted accordingly.

  • source: orf.at/picture: pixabay.com
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