NewsCorona in Duisburg: The current rules at a glance

Corona in Duisburg: The current rules at a glance

Stricter corona rules: In Duisburg, unvaccinated people have to stay outside more and more often. The 2G rule now applies to the entire leisure sector.

Duisburg – The Corona rules in Duisburg * have been tightened again. Since November 24th, there have been significant restrictions, especially for those who have not been vaccinated. Due to the new Corona Protection Ordinance in North Rhine-Westphalia *, the 2G rule now also applies to the entire leisure area in Duisburg. In restaurants, at sporting events or in the cinema, only those who have been vaccinated or have recovered have access.
24RHEIN * shows which current corona rules apply in Duisburg.

The fourth corona wave is now also clearly noticeable in Duisburg. The 7-day incidence rose to 230.3 on November 25 (source: RKI) – the highest value since April 2021. The hospitalization rate in North Rhine-Westphalia has also risen again and is now 4.21 (source: RKI) . (bs) * 24RHEIN is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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