Germany to tighten quarantine restrictions

Germany to tighten quarantine restrictions In Germany, where there are currently 9,900 active COVID-19, the transition to a strict quarantine regime is discussed.
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August 11, 2020 18:27
Germany to tighten quarantine restrictions

In Germany, where there are currently 9,900 active COVID-19, the transition to a strict quarantine regime is discussed.

According to the European bureau of the Report, 9,200 people died of the infection so far.

The most deplorable situation is in the province of North Rhine-Westphalia, where Azerbaijanis also live compactly. Currently, the number of active coronavirus cases in this federal land has exceeded 4,000. The beginning of the new school year worries most parents. A teacher and a student at a school in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern last week got infected virus as the new school year began. After that, the school was closed again, and the scholars were quarantined at home.

Parents say it is not easy to ensure social distance, masks, and hygiene among students in North Rhine-Westphalia schools. Thus, the Council of Parents of educational institutions has officially appealed to the Ministry of Education of the province to postpone schools' opening for some time. They noted that if this was not possible, the number of students in the classrooms should be minimized, one student should come to school twice a week, and the rest of the week to attend online classes at home.

Germany relaxed the lockdown regime in May. Quarantine rules are currently applied due to pandemic, such as a 1.5-meter social distance, wearing masks indoors, and not allowing more than two people from the same family to gather together.

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