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US News Coronavirus in Strasbourg: Covid-19 does not change the habits of German transboundary

21:45  06 january  2022
21:45  06 january  2022 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Flat calm this Thursday in the streets of Kehl . For the small German town facing Strasbourg and accustomed to the ballet of French consumers for races at a lower cost, the scene is unusual. A consequence of the soaring of the Covid-19 which does not spare either . Germany ? At all. Thursday, Epiphany Day, is a holiday in the Baden-Württemberg region. In this town of 36,000 inhabitants, often designated as the extension of Strasbourg of the On the other side of the Rhine, life follows its course as if nothing had happened. Or almost.

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Helga Rautmann lives in Kehl for twelve years. She had her habits in France, but since March 2020, she goes to "more rarely". "Usually, I go to the Christmas market of Strasbourg , but this year, I did not go there. Not a question of judging the way the crisis is managed on the other side of the Rhine. "Everyone suffers from COVID.

Kehloise forever, Ingrid Klein believes that "even if there are more cases in France than in Germany , the situation is similar". From his point of view, there are "always as many Frenchmen who come to Kehl, for the work in particular." On the other hand, she confesses to "much less visited in Strasbourg this year, because of COVID.

Non-observed safety distances in French transport

The fiftyhbody quotes the example of maintaining from Strasbourg's Christmas market , while those in Germany have all been canceled. "It's a nonsense of doing this kind of manifestations in this situation. There are also those for whom the outbreak of COVID-19 did not change the habits. This is the case of Roger Georger: "I always go to Strasbourg to walk, culture, and even watch football matches! I see the situation in a positive way. In France, we are always asked the sanitary pass, the controls are strict. I do not have a bad feeling when I go to France, on the contrary.

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single downside according to him, the safety distances in the tram that are not respected. "It's still a criterion that should be checked in a stricter way," observes the 57-year-old kehlois. "When the tram is crowded, it's negative on the sanitary level. What, he adds, does not prevent him from badger to join the European capital.

"Better stay in his garden!

A path that Ivo Hristov does not later than last week, in order to reach friends in a leisure complex in Alsace. If he rejoices "the end of border controls, which was not very pleasant last year," the Kehlois admits to having been surprised by "the number of people without mask" on this side of the border. "The measures were not very respected. Honestly, in this situation, it was inappropriate.

For his part, Mohammed Ben Amar, living in Kehl for thirty years, is philosopher: "It does not matter in which country we are, we must respect the rules. What happens in France does not concern us. In any case, we do not bullshit there. (laughs) »Before adding, in a new burst of laughter:" When I have free time, I go to France with my children. But for the holidays, given the situation, better to stay in his garden! »

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