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Germany: Tighter restrictions come into force from December 28th, new regulations you need to know

Germany: Chancellor Olaf Scholz outlined new tighter covid restrictions to come into force after Christmas-from the 28th.

Chancellor Olaf Scholz outlines new tighter covid restrictions to come into force in Germany from December 28th.

The restrictions set are; limiting the number of people who can gather together and also the closure of nightclubs.

German state leaders met on Tuesday to discuss a way forwards with the pandemic and the omicron variant. The rules enforced are still to affect the vaccinated, recovered and unvaccinated.

Germany: Tighter restrictions come into force from December 28th. What are they?

  • Private gatherings would be limited to 10 people from December 28th. Children under 14 are not included.
  • Contact restrictions already in force for the unvaccinated will remain.
  • People who choose not to get vaccinated are allowed to meet with their own household and a max of two people from another household.
  • Banning of spectators from large sporting and cultural events.
  • Nightclubs and discos will also have to close.
  • The sale of fireworks for New Year’s Eve will be banned.

Source: Thelocal.de