NewsCorona affects musicals in Baden-Württemberg's state capital

Corona affects musicals in Baden-Württemberg's state capital

Corona was a problem for musicals in Stuttgart because of the hygiene concepts for viewers. However, operations are currently at a standstill because actors have become infected.

Stuttgart – So far, the corona pandemic has generally been a nightmare for cultural workers. Hardly any other area is so dependent on income from viewers – but this often did not happen due to the hygiene concepts and lockdowns. However, not only a lack of spectators, but also a lack of actors can be a problem, as is currently felt by various musicals in Stuttgart.
BW24 * reveals here which musicals in Stuttgart are affected by a particularly large number of corona cases.

Those responsible for the musicals in Stuttgart play it safe with the infections so that any Omikron cases cannot spread any further. * BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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