The German government, led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, supports some federal provinces’ proposal for a short-term but complete closure of all public activities to reduce the increase in the number of people infected with the new coronavirus in the country. The proposal was completed on Wednesday. In Berlin.
Government spokesman Ulrike Demmer said: “The latest data on new infections are not reliable, but the number of patients in the intensive care unit is self-evident. This is why the German Chancellor Merkel led The German government will make every effort to correct the short-term severe blockade.”
She emphasized that complete closure only makes sense when implemented at the state level.
Demmer said: “The current measures currently do not help to enhance security against the virus.”
The Chancellor of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s largest federal state, Armin Laschet (Armin Laschet) proposed a short but intensive shutdown on Wednesday.
He called on the federal and provincial authorities to hold a meeting on the new measures originally scheduled for Monday and postpone it until the end of this weekend in order to take closure measures as soon as possible.
Prime Minister of Bavaria: I have always favoured a brief but intense blockade.
The federal government rejected this request because it does not have the support of most federal provinces.
So far, among other federal provinces, Armin Rachet’s proposal has been accepted by another large federal province, Bavaria. Bavarian Chancellor Markus Soeder said, “It has always been short-lived. But intense blockade”.
Currently, the number of new infections in Germany is declining, and the 7-day incidence rate has declined, but experts warn that the situation is unrealistic because the public health department did not send or send incomplete information about the new coronavirus during Easter. Report on the number of infections. Holiday.