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Before tourism comeback in Bavaria: Söder consults with Kurz – Austria has already made people sit up and take notice

Markus Söder meets with Sebastian Kurz in Munich. The meeting with the Austrian Chancellor is also about Corona. All news in the ticker.

  • Markus Söder * and Sebastian Kurz will meet on Tuesday for talks in Munich.
  • The meeting of the CSU * boss with the Austrian Chancellor is probably also about Corona *.
  • This news ticker is updated regularly.

Munich – Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder and Austria’s Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) will meet on Tuesday (May 11, 12 noon) for a personal exchange in Munich. One of the topics of the conversation, which is taking place in the Bavarian State Chancellery, is likely to be how to proceed with the corona pandemic *.

Söder and Kurz meet in Munich: Corona pandemic and tourism are probably topics

Tourism will also come up for discussion: Austria will resume tourism from May 19, in Bavaria there will be easing two days later. At a press conference last Tuesday, CSU boss Söder said that hotels, holiday homes and campsites will be able to reopen from May 21st. The condition for this is that the seven-day incidence * is below 100.

New corona rules have been in effect in the Free State since Monday (May 10). Far-reaching easing is possible, including for outdoor restaurants, museums, cinemas and theaters – you can find an overview here First remains our line. Corona is not over, but the trend is falling. There is cause for cautious optimism, but not for cockiness. Let’s continue to take good care of each other! “

Corona: Briefly announces easing for Austria

Austria already made people sit up and take notice on Monday: Kurz announced numerous easing at a press conference. The so-called “3G’s” are a prerequisite for the relaxation for the tourism industry, gastronomy, sport and leisure activities: Tested, recovered or vaccinated. Also important: There is no quarantine requirement for holidaymakers from countries with low levels of infection, including Germany. When entering cultural institutions or restaurants, visitors – including tourists – must present a “green pass”. * It is quite possible that Kurz and Söder will coordinate this.

Corona in Bavaria: Söder meets Kurz – press statement announced

Kurz is in the Bavarian capital because he was honored with the freedom prize of the media. The prize is donated by the Weimer Media Group. Last year, Prince Albert II of Monaco was the winner, the previous year the former EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

After the meeting, Söder and Kurz appear in front of the press. You can follow the statement of the two politicians here at 12.30 p.m. in the live ticker. (kam / AFP) * Merkur.de / bayern is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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