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Jan Delay: Wear a mask, keep your distance, vaccinate

All lights are off in St. Pauli at the moment. To change this again, the singer and hip-hop expert Jan Delay has a very simple recipe.

Hamburg (dpa) – The musician Jan Delay (45) has called on his fans to comply with corona rules so that there can soon be life again on the stages and in the clubs.

On Thursday evening he was back on stage for the first time in a year and a half. In the live-streamed concert, he also sang his song “St. Pauli ”, which says:“ The lights are still on in St. Pauli, there is still a long way to go ”.

Then the musician, who played with a band in a club in the famous Hamburg district, said to the fans on the screens: “Actually, there are no more lights on in St. Pauli. And that's very bad, very sad and very shitty. … At the moment it is absolute horror for all the people who work in St. Pauli, anyway all clubs, all concert halls. Therefore: wear masks, keep your distance, get vaccinated – so that you can start again soon. "

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