World coronavirus. Merkel red cardboard on the Länder on compliance with restrictions

02:18  29 march  2021
02:18  29 march  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Angela Merkel called on Wednesday for new coronavirus restrictions across the whole of Germany, where existing measures have proved to be inadequate to control infections. "The contact" between people "is too high, the reduction in the amount of contact is insufficient," the German Chancellor told Germany's national academy of sciences has called for restrictions to be stepped up. The chancellor also appealed for contact to be kept to "a minimum" between now and the holiday period, raising the possibility of bringing forward the start of the school break. Germany has registered a record number

Mme Merkel a brandi la menace d’une intervention plus contraignante de l’État central si les règles n’étaient pas appliquées fermement. © Michael Kappeler / Pool via Reuters Merkel in brandished the threat of a more binding intervention of the central state if the rules were not implemented firmly.

Sunday, Angela Merkel severely reminded the regions regions, pressing them to apply restrictions to combat the third wave of coronaviruses.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has severely recalled on Sunday the regions, pressing them to apply restrictions to combat the third wave of the pandemic while several Länder announced relaxation.

"We must now put in place the appropriate measures with great seriousness. But some states do, others do not yet do it, "said the leader at a television interview where she criticized the recalcitrant" violations "of the commitments made between the government and the Länder.

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The Länder are responsible for implementing this decision. Whether a specific journey is possible thus depends on the rules of the Land to which you wish to travel. The ten-day quarantine can, according to the applicable regulations of the Länder , be terminated at the earliest after the fifth day following entry with a negative test result for infection with coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. How to conduct yourself when in Germany? Mouth and nose must be covered aboard any public transport, in stores and busy outdoor places, where the minimum distance to others cannot be kept at all times.

"My duty"

Merkel has brandished the threat of a more binding intervention of the central state if the rules were not implemented firmly, while sanitary management is part of the regions and that the restrictions have so far been decided after the long negotiations between Chancellor and regional leaders.

"I'm not going to stay two weeks without doing anything," Chancellor warned when Germany came into the third wave of the pandemic. "It's my oath, it's my duty," she added.

Among the measures it deems appropriate, the Chancellor cited the establishment of curfews which can be "a very effective way", according to it, to fight against the virus. Never applied nationwide since the beginning of the pandemic, such a restriction is extremely controversial in Germany.

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BERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel is on her way out and her power is waning, but in her typically low-key, no-nonsense manner, the German leader on Wednesday laid out some cold, hard facts on the coronavirus in a way that few other leaders have. Two in three Germans may become infected, Ms. Merkel said at a news conference that reverberated far beyond her country. The chancellor urged Germans to observe restrictions and stand in solidarity with one another, for the common good.

image captionChancellor Merkel addressed reporters alongside Health Minister Jens Spahn. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that up to 70% of the country's population - some 58 million people - could contract the coronavirus . Speaking alongside Mr Wieler at a press conference - her first public address on the outbreak - Chancellor Merkel warned that border closures would not be enough to prevent the spread of the virus. She ruled out following Austria's lead in banning visitors from Italy. "This is a test for our solidarity, our common sense and care for each other.

The last summit between government and regions organized last Monday turned to Fiasco: a quasi-confinement of the country had been announced for five days during the Easter period before Antela Merkel does not make a back on the criticism. She had publicly made her mea-culpa.


scandal At the same time, several regions or communities have announced or launched the progressive relaxation relaxation plans while the incidence rate, constantly increase in recent weeks, exceeds the value of 100 in most areas of the country. This development is supposed to automatically trigger an "emergency brake" and cancel all granted releases.

Chancellor criticized the announcement of Saarland, one of the smallest regional states, which wants to end the main anti-Covid restrictions just after Easter Monday and reopen, on presentation of negative tests, places of crops, terraces From cafés and restaurants, sports clubs.

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Angela Merkel started the year as a lame duck. Her succession plan had collapsed and her party was losing ground to the fringes. But as coronavirus spread across the globe, the German leader stepped up, helping to rescue her legacy in the process.

Malta tightened its coronavirus restrictions on public gatherings on Sunday as it sought to avert a surge in infections over Easter. The limit on the number of people from different households who can meet outdoors has been reduced from four to two. Some residents are clearing out and taking advantage of the holidays, despite warnings from authorities. Brazil’s two biggest cities, Rio and Sao Paulo, have imposed extensive restrictions on nonessential activities. Their state authorities brought forward holidays to create a 10-day break period, which started Friday.

Disconteading rises against the Government of Angela Merkel, whose vaccination campaign continues to skate. Splashed by scandals involving some members, the Conservative Party (CDU) is no longer insured to win the legislative elections on September 26th. "The CDU has no right on the Chancery," acknowledged Merkel who will leave the political scene after 16 years in power.

She described as "totally unacceptable and scandalous" the alleged malpractices of "the case of masks", in which elected officials are suspected of having touched money from money to play intermediaries in masks, in full first wave of the pandemic.

Sunday, a survey gave the Conservative camp to 25%, against a dozen points in addition to the beginning of the year. The CUD-CSU is in this green survey by the Greens, credited by 23% of the voting intentions, according to this survey conducted for the Daily Bild.

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