The federal and state governments have agreed on new rules for December. But the corona measures are not the same everywhere on Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Which is true in Kassel.
- The number of new corona infections is increasing – also in Kassel.
- Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Prime Ministers have new ones regulate certainly.
- In front of Christmas and New Years Eve There are exceptions.
Kassel – The New infections in Germany continue to rise unimpeded. That is why the Prime Ministers of the Federal States and the Chancellor renegotiated on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 and others Corona rules to advise. The result? The lockdown “Light” is extended.
Bund and Nations have to fight against the Corona-Krise agreement has been reached on further restrictions from December 1, 2020. The restrictions will in any case be extended until December 20, 2020 and some measures will even be tightened. Recently, doctors and virologists have also called for tightening of the corona rules.
Corona in Kassel: discussion of 7-day incidence
Such as Volker Bouffier, Prime Minister of Hesseannounced at a press conference on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 that the 7-dayIncidence debated. Previously: from 50 New infections per 100,000 inhabitants within a week, the Corona measures be tightened up. The CDU politician explains that there must be a new value of 200. To what extent this affects the Kassel region remains to be seen.
|Corona infections in Hesse (26 November 2020)||81,327 (+2,067 t)|
|7 day incidence||158.2|
|Source: Robert Koch Institute|
Gastronomy, recreation and cultural facilities will in any case remain closed. As “tagesschau.de” reports, the Regulations probably valid until the beginning of January. This also applies to retail. To get a great momentum there Christmas sale To reduce this, larger malls of 800 square meters or more must provide 20 square meters per customer. The previous one applies in smaller stores rule of 10 square meters per customer.
Corona in Kassel: special rules for Christmas
In the private sector there are also some changes due to increase Corona infections expected. A maximum of five people from two households may therefore come together in the public space. Children under 14 are exempt. This is also urgently recommended for the private sector, Bouffier said at a press conference on Thursday, November 26, 2020.
It is one for the public holidays between December 23, 2020 and January 1, 2020 special arrangements to give. To Christmas apparently up to ten people can meet. This one rule applies, “if that Pandemic events does not get completely out of hand, ”said the prime minister. Restaurants remain closed on these days. The final decision will not be taken until December 15, 2020.
Because of Corona: New Years Eve 2020 rules decided
Already in the run-up it was fierce about a possible Fireworks ban a New Years Eve 2020 discussed. The first dealers also responded in Kassel. Ban DIY stores like Hornbach, Obi, and Bauhaus Firework and Firecrackers from their range. Two Rewe stores in the region also do not want to support the fireworks business.
Despite Corona, Aldi and Lidl want to sell fireworks, because for many stores the sale means huge sales. “We tailor our offer to the wishes and needs of our customers. Experience shows that our customers are interested in this Firework to New Years Eve has been very big for years. And even if the New Year’s Eve party turns out to be rather small this year, we expect a corresponding demand, ”explains Aldi Süd.
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Because of Corona: fireworks ban for New Years Eve 2020 in busy places
A blanket ban was dated Corona cabinet not decided. Still should Firework and Parties are banned on busy streets and squares to avoid crowds. The municipalities determine the locations. Accordingly, in the future it would be on the Königsplatz in Kassel Detonate missiles.
There is less strictness in the private sphere. “We don’t want to take away people’s joy when they want to shoot three rockets in their yard with their kids,” said Bouffier. (cheese)
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