Germany to Ban the Double-Jabbed From Restaurants, Bars
Those treated with two mRNA doses still need a negative test
Editor’s note: I absolutely love this. Nice lesson for the doubly-injected sheeple. Probably won’t stick but whatever.
Access to Germany’s restaurants, bars and cafes will soon only be possible for fully vaccinated and recovered people with a Covid-19 test – or for those who’ve had their booster under new rules.
That’s according to an agreement by Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) and the state government leaders, several German media sites reported on Friday.
Currently only fully vaccinated and those who’ve recovered from Covid-19 recently can enter most public areas, such as restaurants, bars, museums and non-essential shops (known as the 2G rule). People who choose not to get vaccinated are not allowed into these places.
But under the new agreement, the catering sector will have to introduce the 2G-plus rule nationwide. It means that fully vaccinated and recovered will have to show a recent Covid-19 negative test to enter bars, restaurants and cafes.
People who’ve had their booster shot on top of being fully vaccinated do not need to take a Covid-19 test. They will instead have to show proof of their top-up Covid shot.
Previously, some states and individual businesses have opted for the 2G-plus rule.
But it will soon apply nationwide and regardless of the incidence, according to the agreement from the government and states.
In enforcing the regulation, the states want to “pay special attention to bars and pubs,” the resolution paper states.
On Thursday, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said hospitality was a “problem area”.
It is unclear when the new nationwide rules will come into force. An earlier draft earmarked January 15th.
Source: The Local