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A passenger stuck himself with both hands to a handrail in a bus in Eberswalde. The reason: the mask requirement.

Eberswalde – In shops and in the supermarket, the mask requirement has been falling for a long time. But not on public transport. If you are traveling by train, S-Bahn, U-Bahn or bus, you have to Berlin and Brandenburg wear a mask. Even an FFP2 mask since October.

The mask opponent was banned from all buses by the end of the year. (symbol image) © Kay Nietfeld/dpa/dpa-tmn

This annoys the Corona opponents and Queder thinkers in particular. A passenger in Eberswalde (Barnim district) apparently took the climate activists of the “last generation” as a model: The 60-year-old stuck both hands to a handrail in a bus in Eberswalde (Barnim district).

However, he did not want to point out the dangers of climate change or call on politicians to do more to protect the climate. He had another goal.

He wanted “to draw attention to the ignorance of the mask requirement within public transport,” said the police.

Berlin is not expanding the corona mask requirement for the time being
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Berlin is not expanding the corona mask requirement for the time being

Rescue workers finally freed the 60-year-old from the pole.

The consequence: house ban for all buses for the rest of the year, a display and a threat speech.

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