According to German media reported on May 10, in response to the situation of the outbreak in the country, Bavarian governor, the president of the CDU Soder recently warned that although the law “emergency brake” measures will continue until June 30, but in view of coronavirus has not yet ended, the relevant restrictions may continue to be extended.
But Soder also offers a glimmer of hope to the students. He predicts that the next school year will be completely different from the one that was restricted during the previous outbreak.
In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary to introduce a large-scale pre-school population of coronavirus vaccines that have been approved for people over 12 years of age.
Referring to the current problems with digital vaccine certificates, Soder expressed strong dissatisfaction: “Although Germany is a technological powerhouse, we need time to move forward whenever we are faced with a digital choice.” ”
Germany’s federal economy and energy minister, Altmaier, takes a completely different position on the country’s next measures. He believes that Germany’s current infection figures are falling sharply, is expected to soon relax a series of pandemic prevention measures.
“I think a lot of places will reopen in the next few days or weeks, including the outdoor dining area of the restaurant,” Altmeier told German media. We’ll see people eating ice cream or pizza outdoors again.