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Covid-19 forces Germany to impose strict lockdown

Source : 112 Ukraine

The country has banned restaurants, bars, and cinemas from operating
15:56, 2 November 2020

Associated Press

The German government has introduced strict quarantine restrictions due to the growing number of coronavirus cases. This was reported on the government's website.

From November 2, restaurants, bars, and entertainment establishments will cease to operate. The work of shops will also be limited.

In addition, fitness clubs, swimming pools, beauty and massage studios, and tattoo parlors will be closed until December. Hotels are not allowed to host tourists.

Companies of more than ten people are not allowed to gather in public places.

Related: Covid-19: Poland introduces strict lockdown due to sharp growth of incidence

The country imposed obligatory mask mode, which will remain active at least until January 17.

As we reported earlier, Austria introduces a strict quarantine from November 3 to 30.

"From Tuesday, November 3, from midnight to the end of November, there will be a second isolation in Austria," the official statement said.

Restrictions are imposed on staying outside the home from 20.00 to 06.00. Leaving the house at this time is allowed only in exceptional cases.

By applying them, the government intends to avoid overloading the healthcare system and a shortage of beds in hospitals for the medical care of COVID-19 patients.

Related: Covid-19: PM Johnson announces four-week national lockdown in UK

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