April 10, German federal spokesman DeMeer said that the federal cabinet will amend the Infectious Disease Prevention Act next Tuesday to Wednesday, the Bundestag will approve the new bill next Wednesday-Friday, the federal-state epidemic prevention summit scheduled for next Monday has been cancelled, and the new Infectious Disease Prevention Law will establish a national Unified epidemic prevention measures.
It is reported that the new Infectious Diseases Prevention and Control Act will clearly stipulate that all easing measures must be lifted in areas with an incidence rate of more than 100 per 100,000 people on the 7th day.
This was a consensus reached between the federal government and state governments in early March, but in the past few weeks, many states and localities have not implemented them, and Prime Minister Merkel has also approved it. Comment: Now the federal government will require federal states to enforce emergency braking measures through an amendment bill.
In addition, according to German media reports, the new draft bill will also include a curfew from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., while schools will be closed in areas with more than 200 incidence rates. Representatives of the ruling coalition party and the Social Democratic Party in the cabinet expressed support for this. Brinkhouse, chairman of the coalition parliamentary caucuse, welcomed efforts to promote national reunification measures.
Mutzenic, chairman of the parliamentary caucus of the Social Democratic Party, also said that the federal government should amend the existing decree, but the Bundestag should also have more statements. Power.