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Corona measures: SPD countries want to continue the Lockdown
on Monday advised the Prime Ministers with Angela Merkel about the further procedure. If it goes to the SPD-ruled countries, there are no new opening steps - a little view of vacation. © Sean Gallup / Getty Images Which pandemic measures do people have to adjust in Germany in the coming weeks? For the Corona Advice of Chancellor and Prime Minister on Monday, after the will of the SPD-ruled countries, an extension of the applicable Lockdown regulations will be spoken to April.
Union and SPD in the Bundestag have agreed in the dispute over nocturnal starting locks in Corona hotspots on a compromise: The beginning should be postponed from 9:00 pm to 22.00; Between 10 pm and 24.00 o'clock it should also be allowed to go to the outside "for physical activity" outside, as AFP learned from coalition circuits on Monday. In the period from 24.00 to 05.00 o'clock this exception should then be omitted.
Union and SPD appointed the specifications also a limitation of the planned nuclear corona emergency brake until 30 June. Legal regulations of the federal government for additional measures should only be possible with active approval of the Bundestag - previously planned that, after passing a certain period, the consent of Parliament is granted as issued.
A regulation of the Federal Government is intended to ensure recent appointments that the restrictions of fundamental rights for vaccinated. For this purpose, the approval of Bundestag and the Federal Council are necessary.
The "world" also reported that many times as too high threshold for the end of the presence lesson in schools is reduced. Instead of only with an incidence of 200 in a region, there should already be distance lessons from the value of 165.
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Americans of all political stripes agree that attempts at bipartisanship in Washington are a good thing, but expectations that such efforts are likely to be successful on upcoming major legislation are low in a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. © J. Scott Applewhite/AP All told, 87% say that attempts at bipartisanship are a good thing, including 92% of Democrats, 90% of independents and 77% of Republicans. But 60% say they see bipartisanship as unlikely on upcoming legislation, including 50% of Democrats, 60% of independents and 76% of Republicans.