Germany imposes a strict lockdown for 5 days during the Easter holiday
Germany imposes a strict lockdown for 5 days during the Easter holiday. Image Source [email protected]

Germany, March 23: – German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced Tuesday dawn to impose a strict general lockdown throughout the country during the Easter holiday from April 1 to April 5, which includes notably the closure of most shops and the cancellation of church celebrations, as part of efforts to combat the third wave of the pandemic Covid-19.

Merkel said in a press conference she held at the conclusion of her marathon negotiations over a period of about 12 hours with state governors that during these five days, gatherings and outdoor eating will be completely prohibited, and all stores will be closed, except for those that sell food that will be allowed to open. It opens in April only.

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Merkel added that a number of restrictions in effect since the end of 2020, particularly those imposed on the gathering of individuals in private places, were also decided to extend them until April 18.

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