The new Bavarian Health Minister Klaus Holetschek (CSU) considers an opening of shops in February to be “unlikely”.
“I understand people’s desire for normalcy. But in view of the mutated virus in Great Britain and Ireland we have to be careful,” he told the Nürnberger Nachrichten (Thursday) with a view to the corona virus.
Economics Minister Hubert Aiwanger (Free Voters) had said on Wednesday in view of the FFP2 mask requirement that from February you could open things that you couldn’t do with a clear conscience without the masks. Holetschek, on the other hand, emphasized: “We are in the middle of winter and shouldn’t raise false hopes, but stick together.”
As to when the pandemic was over, Holetschek said that no one could give a date with a clear conscience. “At the moment there is only one certainty: we have to vaccinate, wear masks and limit contacts.” – dpa
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