In Chemnitz the incidence is currently over 1000. That means: From Saturday there will be a curfew for unvaccinated people.
Chemnitz – New tough rule in Chemnitz: Unvaccinated people are allowed from Saturday no longer outside the door at night! The reason for this is the corona incidence. This was the first time in the city over 1000 on Friday.
According to the Saxon Corona Protection Ordinance, the curfew for unvaccinated people will come into effect on the next day, on Saturday.
In concrete terms this means: Those who have not been vaccinated or recovered are not allowed to go outside the door between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Exceptions apply to:
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- averting danger to life, limb, child’s well-being and property
- hunting for the prevention of African swine fever
- the exercise of professional activities
- the execution of the necessary delivery traffic (including mail and mail order business)
- Trips by fire brigade, police, rescue or disaster control forces to the respective base or location
- Visiting spouses and partners, needy or sick people
- important medical care services
- the accompaniment of people in need of support and minors
- accompanying the dying in the closest family circle
Unvaccinated people who are out and about at night for no good reason are committing an administrative offense and face a fine.
But when will the measure be withdrawn? According to the Protection Ordinance, the curfew for unvaccinated people falls as soon as the incidence is below 1000 for three consecutive days. The relaxation will then take effect the next day.
There is currently a curfew for unvaccinated people in the districts of Bautzen, Meißen, northern Saxony, Görlitz, Zwickau, in the Ore Mountains and in the Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains district.
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In addition, since November 22, unvaccinated people are no longer allowed to go to the hairdresser, pubs and restaurants in all of Saxony, regardless of the incidence. Business is also taboo. From now on, “2G” applies everywhere there – access only for those who have been completely vaccinated and those who have recovered. Exceptions for unvaccinated people include supermarkets, pharmacies and drug stores.
And: In the face of horror incidents Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer (46, CDU) is apparently planning a tough lockdown. According to this, schools and daycare centers, but also the catering and retail sectors, should close for several days. Whether and when such a lockdown will come for Saxony remains to be seen.