Ab Samstag kein Alkohol nach 23 Uhr

Im Landkreis Tübingen gilt ab Samstag, 24. Oktober, eine Sperrstunde. Das heißt: Gastronomiebetriebe, Tankstellen, Supermärkte und Kioske dürfen von 23 Uhr bis um 6 Uhr am nächsten Tag keinen Alkohol mehr ausschenken oder verkaufen. „Dies gilt an allen Wochentagen“, so das Tübinger Landratsamt in einer Pressemitteilung. Das baden-württembergische Sozialministerium schreibt die Sperrstunde  in einem Erlass allen Landkreisen vor, in denen sich in den vergangenen sieben Tagen mehr als 50 Menschen pro 100.000 BewohnerInnen neu mit dem Corona-Virus infiziert haben. Im Landkreis Tübingen liegt der aktuelle Wert deutlich über dieser Grenze. Die Sperrstunden-Regelung gilt bis Montag, 9. November. Vorher kann sie… Read More

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Across Baden-Württemberg effective immediately: No more than 10 people may gather privately

In Baden-Württemberg, so many people have now become infected with the coronavirus that the state government has taken measures to protect against further spread. These will apply starting Monday, October 19th. Private meetings are therefore generally limited to a maximum of ten participants throughout Baden-Württemberg. More people may only come together privately if they belong to only two households or are members of one family. This was decided by the state government on October 18th. It is written in the Fifth Regulation amending the Corona Regulation. According to the state’s ordinance, the district of Tübingen overruled its general decree of… Read More

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Across Baden-Württemberg effective immediately: Mouth nose protection required

In Baden-Württemberg, so many people are now infected with the coronavirus that the state government has taken measures to protect against further spread. These will apply starting Monday, October 19th. In pedestrian zones, on market squares and wherever the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained, people throughout Baden-Württemberg must now wear a face mask over their mouth and nose. In public institutions, too, masks are now mandatory in places to which the public has access. This was decided by the state government on October 18th. It is written in the Fifth Regulation amending the Corona Regulation. In accordance… Read More

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Across Baden-Württemberg effective immediately: Events with more than 100 persons prohibited

In Baden-Württemberg, so many people have now become infected with the corona virus that the state government has taken measures to protect against further spread. These will apply starting Monday, October 19th. According to these measures, a maximum of 100 people will be allowed to participate in events. Private gatherings are not considered to be events, and significantly fewer people can take part in them. This was decided by the state government on October 18th. It is stated in the Fifth Regulation amending the Corona Regulation. According to the state’s ordinance, the district of Tübingen overruled its general decree of… Read More

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At all universities in Baden-Württemberg: Masks still required

In Baden-Württemberg, so many people are now infected with the coronavirus that the state government has taken measures to protect against further spread. These will apply starting Monday, October 19th. According to these measures, students and lecturers at universities must now wear a mask over their mouth and nose during lectures and seminars. This also applies when they are sitting at their seats. This was decided by the state government on October 18th. It is written in the Fifth Ordinance on Changes to the Corona Ordinance. This is written in a special Corona Ordinance for study and art. The district… Read More

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