Sun. Dec 5th, 2021



Berlin’s outgoing Governing Mayor Michael Müller (SPD) assumes that the country leaders will soon agree on corona measures again.

Berlin – “It is necessary, and I also assume that we will get together again in the course of the next week,” said Müller on Tuesday in the ARD “Morgenmagazin”.

Especially with a view to cross-border issues for employees, it is good to coordinate. However, there will continue to be regional adjustments in the individual countries, “because even with the increasing numbers we can see that some federal states are even better off than others,” emphasized Müller.

He expressed incomprehension about the Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU), who had previously called for the nationwide introduction of the so-called 2G obligation. «If Mr Söder thinks it’s important, why doesn’t he? The instruments are there. “

The Berlin Senate had agreed on an extensive expansion of the 2G rule on Monday evening, but had not yet taken a decision. Anyone who wants to go to the theater, cinema or restaurant in the capital in the future would have to be vaccinated or recovered. One test would no longer be enough. (dpa)


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