The corona rules are being tightened nationwide. But what does this mean for supermarkets? Discussion about the possible introduction of 2G or 3G when shopping.
Berlin – The corona infection rate is not ebbing, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has to report an almost daily increase in the number of cases and incidences. That is why the political side is taking rigorous action – and the corona rules are being tightened. In Lower Saxony, for example, the new Corona regulation relies on the 2G rule for hairdressers.
The debate about possible 2G or 3G rules in the supermarket is great. What applies and what cannot be implemented? Kreiszeitung.de * knows how to report in great detail on this topic.
But what about retail, especially shopping in supermarkets like Aldi, Edeka or Rewe *? There are still two of the 16 federal states in which it is possible to enforce the 2G rule * in supermarkets as early as December. As a result, only those who have been completely vaccinated and recovered will be granted access to the respective branch. Unvaccinated people would accordingly fall by the wayside and would no longer be able to shop. From the side of politics, which speaks openly about citizens’ money in the form of the traffic light coalition *, but also from large supermarket chains themselves, there are statements in which they clearly position themselves against the 2G rule, as it applies to the hairdresser * in the supermarket. * Kreiszeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.