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The Higher Administrative Court (OVG) in Greifswald has partially suspended the strict Corona regulations for people entering Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. It is not compatible with higher-ranking law if travelers from risk areas have to present a negative corona test, while this is not required of students or commuters coming from risk areas, the OVG announced on Tuesday. An objective reason for this unequal treatment had not been convincingly presented. The decision is final. Two hoteliers had sued.
The state government announced at the weekend that it would relax the entry rules for holidaymakers from inner-German risk areas from Wednesday. So far, in addition to a negative corona test, they also include a quarantine, which can be shortened by a second test after five days. According to Prime Minister Manuela Schwesig (SPD), the first test should actually be retained.
The deliberations on a new Corona regulation had to be interrupted on Tuesday afternoon after a corona infection became known to an employee of the Schwerin State Chancellery. The conference continued over the phone. According to previous knowledge, the infection occurred after returning from a trip from Berchtesgadener Land. A lockdown was imposed on Tuesday afternoon for the district in Bavaria because of the high number of infections.
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