NewsStricter rules in Baden-Württemberg: New alert level from Wednesday

Stricter rules in Baden-Württemberg: New alert level from Wednesday

The corona numbers continue to rise. That is why the Baden-Württemberg state government is planning to tighten the rules again this week.

The corona pandemic is getting worse every day. Currently (November 22) there are 457 Covid-19 patients in the intensive care units of the hospitals in Baden-Württemberg. The 7-day incidence is 454.1. High time for the state government to pull the emergency brake. Therefore, even stricter rules now come into force. The new Corona regulation should be passed on Tuesday (November 23).
As reported by echo24.de *, the first details of the new “Alarm Level II” are already known.

The tightening of the rules associated with the new Corona regulation for Baden-Württemberg could therefore take effect from Wednesday. Christmas markets in particular have to reckon with restrictions again, but football stadiums are also affected. * echo24.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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