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Berlin, flea markets now allowed to open

Germany: From the 4th of June 2021 Berlin’s art and flea markets will now be allowed to reopen – with necessary coronavirus safety precautions.

Numerous Flea markets and antique markets in Berlin are inviting people to haggle, rummage,pick and choose, buy from the this weekend onward.

This comes as good news to those who enjoy a goof thrift. Flea market attendees will have to however maintain minimal contact to keep the infection rate by the coronavirus under as much control as possible.

There will also be extensive hygiene rules that apply. Visitors will have to wear a face mask at all times.

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Flea markets that people in Berlin can attend are like: Boxhagener Platz, the Straße des 17. Juni flea & art market, the Arkonaplatz and Marheinekeplatz flea markets, the Ostbahnhof antique market, the RAW flea market and the Fehrbelliner Platz flea market.

Source: Berlin

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