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Contact restrictions and dance bans: These corona rules will soon apply in Hesse

After the resolutions of the Prime Minister’s Conference on Tuesday, Prime Minister Volker Bouffier (CDU) commented on how to proceed with the corona pandemic in Hesse.

Wiesbaden – With a view to the spread of the Omikron virus variant, Hessen * tightened its Corona * rules after Christmas. As of December 28, only groups of a maximum of ten people will be allowed to meet in public, as Prime Minister Volker Bouffier (CDU) announced on Wednesday in Wiesbaden.
What further tightening of the corona rules there are also reveals fuldaerzeitung.de. *

If people who have not been vaccinated or who have not recovered are present at the meeting, only meetings from one household and a maximum of two people from another household are allowed. In the private sector, Hesse still has an urgent recommendation for these contact restrictions. There is no prohibition. That means: The state continues the “Hessian way”. According to Bouffier, controls are not feasible. The operation of dance halls, clubs and discos is prohibited nationwide and regardless of the local infection numbers, as Bouffier explained. * fuldaerzeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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