All the Latest Regarding COVID-19 in Kassel

more than a year ago
We won’t bother with the sarcastic introduction this time around. COVID-19 continues to interfere with the everyday lives of people all around the globe, and this new reality has become so uncertain that we aren’t entirely sure what is up and what is down, at this point. What we do know is that we’ve started watching The Wire again, and it is even better than we remember. The game is the game, after all.

What are the latest coronavirus regulations in Germany? Funny you ask, as we’re here to keep you updated on what you can and can’t do while in the capital. Social distancing rules are still in effect, with a 1.5-metre rule the generally accepted distance. Indoor gatherings are still restricted to a maximum of 10 people from a maximum of five different households, while outdoor gatherings have been extended to allow up to 100 people. If you’ve been fully vaccinated or happen to be a child under the age of 14, you aren’t included in either of those numbers. 

Masks are still mandatory in public places (shopping, public transport, indoor events, religious services etc), and this mask must cover the nose and mouth. In truth, if you’ve not worked out the correct way to wear a mask at this point, we fear for you. 

The way out of most of these restrictions? Complete vaccination. Over 32 million people have received both jabs at the time of writing (with more than 40 million waiting for their second), and those double-jabbed champions are allowed more freedoms than the sceptical and the cynical.

Hopefully, we’re seeing light at the end of this tunnel, although it could well transpire that the light in question is a massive train. Fingers crossed, right? 


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