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Department store giant takes to court – and sues about 2G in retail

2G in retail remains an explosive political issue. The department store chain Woolworth is now taking action and filing a lawsuit. With success?

Hanover / Münster – The corona measures are being tightened nationwide. It serves the purpose of keeping the infection rate as small as possible. Restrictions and rules are therefore the logical consequence. However, these political decisions are not well received everywhere. Above all, the 2G rule in retail, which only allows vaccinated and convalescent access to shops, is polarizing.

How exactly the department store chain Woolworth is taking action against the 2G rule in retail and how this is ultimately justified can be found here. *

Various supermarket chains, including Aldi, Edeka and Lidl, have already commented on this cause *. They all hit the ground running and do not consider the implementation of the 2G rule in their branches to be feasible. The fear of high sales losses is too great *. Meanwhile, however, an expert is calling for the Corona rule to become mandatory in supermarkets *. He is very worried about cancer patients who shouldn’t go shopping where unvaccinated people are. However, the Corona rules are also being discussed in other areas of public life *. Last but not least, this also affects hairdressers, who have to forego a large number of customers due to 2G. In Lower Saxony, 2G plus even applies and therefore requires an additional test *. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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