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2G, 3G – no G? What is now true in retail and supermarkets in North Rhine-Westphalia

There are new, stricter corona rules in NRW. 2G or 3G applies in almost all areas. But what about retail and supermarkets?

Hamm – Anyone who has neither been vaccinated against the coronavirus * nor recovered from an infection will have a lot of restrictions in everyday life in North Rhine-Westphalia * in the future. The corona measures have been tightened, the 2G or 3G rules apply almost everywhere. The leisure area with restaurants and cinemas, work and also means of transport are affected. * knows what is now valid in NRW in retail and supermarkets.

In retail stores that do not serve the basic supply like grocery stores, some federal states have now introduced the 2G regulation, reports *. In Brandenburg and Saxony, for example, only those who have been vaccinated and recovered are allowed to go shopping in stores. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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