Entertainment Corona restrictions: Hörmann encourages politicians to have a sense of proportion and a sure instinct.

08:50  22 october  2020
08:50  22 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Suspension of cultural and sporting activities; ban on large gatherings; closure of restaurants and bars; shops open for limited hours; public transport limited. Curfew in the Federation and Republika Srpska from 8pm to 5am (the latter also has a curfew from midday on Saturdays until 6pm Sundays).

Restaurants must close at midnight and serve no more than six people people per table and a 6pm closure for bars that don’t serve food are also among the Schools will remain open while gyms and swimming pools have a week to tighten safety measures. Some regions, including Campania, closed

President Alfons Hörmann from the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) appeals to politicians to spare sport in further corona measures. "I very much hope that we will act with a sense of proportion and instinct," said Hörmann to the SID. Sport is not one of the "problem solvers", but rather one of the "problem solvers" of the crisis due to its tight controls and the discipline of all those involved.

Hörmann wirbt um Fingerspitzengefühl © PATRIK STOLLARZ Hörmann promotes sensitivity

Hörmann promotes "partnership-based cooperation, shaped by measure and middle", there should be "no populist decisions". The top official again referred to more pressing problems and challenges such as parties and large family celebrations. A so-called super spreader, an uncontrolled source of infection, has not yet existed in sport.

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They are encouraged to. Are there any other entry requirements? No. What about travelers from outside Europe? Countries outside the EU, Schengen and the U.K. are marked as “banned,” meaning people are only allowed to travel to Denmark from those destinations if they have a worthy purpose.

Permissible restrictions on freedom of expression for reasons of public health, noted above, may not put in jeopardy the right itself. Governments should fully respect the rights to freedom of expression and access to information, and only restrict them as international standards permit.

Hörmann fears that another lockdown will cause a number of problems. In addition to the "danger of lethargy and immobility", he sees the "tough economic aspect. The reserves have been used up, the clubs and associations have no more air to breathe." A "naked existential fear" spreads.

After numerous game cancellations and postponements, Hörmann described the cancellation of the international gymnastics festival, which was planned for May 2021 in Leipzig, as "the next bad news. These are developments that must be taken seriously. That should now be in society and in politics Arrive in Berlin. "

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