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US News Kubicki: “Legal remedies”: restaurateurs criticize second lockdown

10:55  29 october  2020
10:55  29 october  2020 Source:   ksta.de

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Germany announces new four-week ' lockdown lite' that will see all bars and restaurants closed but schools and shops stay open as Spain and Italy are hit by more anti-shutdown protests. Angela Merkel announced four-week lockdown that will see all bars and restaurants shut from Monday.

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The partial lockdown from next week in Germany is met with incomprehension in the hotel and catering industry. "Many entrepreneurs in the hotel and catering trade fluctuate between anger and despair," said the general manager of the association "The Family Entrepreneurs", Albrecht von der Hagen, of the German press agency. The German Hotel and Restaurant Association (Dehoga) warned that tens of thousands of companies threatened to go bankrupt without extensive financial support. Bundestag Vice President Wolfgang Kubicki (FDP) called on the companies concerned to take legal action.

Auch die Kölner Gastronomiebranche ist stark verunsichert. © dpa The Cologne catering industry is also very unsettled.

federal and state governments decided on Wednesday the most drastic measures since the great lockdown in spring. From Monday, hotels, restaurants, cinemas and theaters, among other things, will close for the whole of November. Only a few people are allowed to meet privately during this time. Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a “national effort” and emphasized: “We have to act, and now. We have to act to avoid an acute national health emergency. ”Unlike in spring, schools, daycare centers and shops should remain open.

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Companies that are particularly badly affected by the new rules are to receive large parts of their lost sales from the federal government. Emergency aid of up to ten billion euros is planned for this. "This is a great support, so we hope that all companies can get through this month well," said Vice Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Wednesday evening in a ZDF "special".

Shutdown must not become a knockdown.

Dehoga General Manager Ingrid Hartges nevertheless warned of the end of numerous companies. “With the second lockdown, a third of the 245,000 farms will not survive the winter. Without comprehensive compensation they are threatened with bankruptcy, ”she told the newspapers of the Funke media group (Thursday). Many companies are already considering filing a lawsuit. Support for this came from Bundestag Vice President Wolfgang Kubicki (FDP). He told the "Rheinische Post" (Thursday): "I call on all those affected to take legal action against these measures."

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The chief executive of the association "The family entrepreneurs", Albrecht von der Hagen, said the shutdown should not become a knockdown . If the state decides that companies are to be closed, it must also bear responsibility for the economic consequences and pay compensation. "Otherwise, entire industries will begin to be cleared."

The credit agency Crif Bürgel also warned of a wave of bankruptcies. As of the end of October, more than 8,300 restaurants, pubs, snack bars and cafes in Germany are at risk of insolvency, according to an analysis that is available to the German Press Agency. That is 14.5 percent of the companies examined.

The food-gourmet-restaurants union called for greater financial support for employees who now have to go into short-time work. "The announced financial aid of ten billion euros for November should also be used to compensate for the wage losses of employees who are sent on short-time work," said NGG Chairman Guido Zeitler to the newspapers of the Funke media group. He told the "Rheinische Post": "For many companies in the hospitality industry, the new lockdown is tantamount to a death blow without rapid and massive help."

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Although I believe the lockdown needs to be dialled back, I’m not absolutely certain of that and am open to having my mind changed. In this way I hope to gradually build up a useful resource for thinking about how long we should keep the lockdown in place and what the exit strategy should be.

German Foundation for Patient Protection welcomes stricter restrictions

The head of the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, Andreas Gassen, criticized in an ARD "Extra" on Wednesday evening that the pandemic cannot be sustainably managed with a lockdown. "We will then have to develop a new strategy, we cannot go into a lockdown every two months." For example, he wants to protect risk groups more strongly.

The German Foundation for Patient Protection, however, welcomed the stricter restrictions. "The federal and state governments had to act consistently," said Eugen Brysch, the German press agency's board member. "The greatest danger comes from private contacts, parties and get-togethers."

Berlin Prime Minister Michael Müller (SPD) spoke on Wednesday of a "hard and bitter day". But it is simply about saving human lives. "If we watch now, we will not be able to help many people." The SPD health politician Karl Lauterbach tweeted: "Today's decisions are a great success and a milestone against the corona virus in Germany."

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The Greens were divided. The parliamentary group leader Katrin Göring-Eckardt explained: “We are forced to support the drastic cuts in the core in order to slow down the increase in the number of infections, protect people and prevent the health system from being overwhelmed. It is now clear how fatal it was that the summer months were not used to prepare for this phase of the pandemic. ”

Meanwhile, Federal Education Minister Anja Karliczek welcomed the federal and state decision that schools and kindergartens remain open. "The Corona period must not become a lost time for the students," said the CDU politician of the German Press Agency in Berlin. The burden on families is unlikely to increase. "The schools must not become corona hotspots either," emphasized the minister. She suggested expanding the mask requirement in Germany's schools. “We have to try everything to keep the schools open in the coming weeks.”

The President of the German Teachers' Association, Heinz-Peter Meidinger, criticized the decision to keep schools completely open. “I would like to doubt whether a lockdown light can work if the schools are largely excluded,” Meidinger told the “Passauer Neue Presse” (Thursday). (dpa)

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