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Entertainment Söder strictly against further easing of corona measures

09:41  02 august  2020
09:41  02 august  2020 Source:   dw.com

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He warned the increased lockdown measures in areas across the north-west of England were “highly unlikely” to be the “last intervention that has to be done regionally”. PA has a roundup of the mixed reaction in the papers to Boris Johnson’s decision to delay lockdown- easing measures .

CSU-Chef Söder hat sich angesichts der steigenden Zahl an Corona-Neuinfektionen gegen weitere Lockerungen und für höhere Bußgelder ausgesprochen. © Peter Kneffel CSU boss Söder has spoken out against further easing and for higher fines in view of the increasing number of new corona infections. "We have to expect Corona to come back to us with full force," he told BamS. In view of the increasing number of new corona infections,

CSU boss Markus Söder has spoken out against further loosening and for higher fines. "We can expect Corona to come back to us with full force," said Söder of the "Bild am Sonntag". The increasing number of cases in Germany made him "very worried". "Likewise, the returnees and family returnees who come back from different parts of Europe," he added.

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He warned the increased lockdown measures in areas across the north-west of England were “highly unlikely” to be the “last intervention that has to be done regionally”. PA has a roundup of the mixed reaction in the papers to Boris Johnson’s decision to delay lockdown- easing measures .

He warned the increased lockdown measures in areas across the north-west of England were “highly unlikely” to be the “last intervention that has to be done regionally”. PA has a roundup of the mixed reaction in the papers to Boris Johnson’s decision to delay lockdown- easing measures .

The Bavarian Prime Minister warned that "if we are not careful, we can have a situation like in March". "Absolute vigilance" is asked, so "now is not the time for new easing or naive carelessness". The virus remains an ongoing task "that puts us under constant stress".

Unfortunately, many people have become more careless in dealing with the virus, Söder said. This included the "extreme looseners and conspiracy theorists who wanted to abolish all measures as quickly as possible". Anyone who underestimated Corona had been refuted.

The second wave is "practically there," said the Bavarian Prime Minister. "It sneaks through Germany. It is therefore important to be even more attentive and react quickly and consistently. The faster we act, the fewer the consequences."

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He warned the increased lockdown measures in areas across the north-west of England were “highly unlikely” to be the “last intervention that has to be done regionally”. PA has a roundup of the mixed reaction in the papers to Boris Johnson’s decision to delay lockdown- easing measures .

Against this background, Söder declined football matches with spectators at the start of the new season. He doubts that further easing could be decided in August. "Ghost games yes, but I think stadiums with 25,000 spectators are very difficult to imagine." That would send the wrong signal and would also be difficult to convey to the population "if you would use up huge amounts of test capacities".

Deutsche Bahn asked Söder to ensure that passengers comply with the mask requirement. Anyone who violates this must bear the consequences. Söder demanded higher fines here. He asked transport minister Andreas Scheuer (CSU) to talk about it with the train.

Returnees from a risk area who refused to take a corona test should also be fined, said Söder. "We have to protect the sensible from the unreasonable." Test capacities would also be needed not only for those returning from vacation, but also for teaching staff and students at the start of school. There would also be series tests for old people's homes, nursing homes and harvest helpers.

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