Day ticket only for people from the District of Tübingen, compulsory tests also for businesses

More tests and more monitoring: That is the strategy of the university town Tübingen. The pilot project for openings is being restricted, starting Wednesday, April 7th. Only people who live in the District of Tübingen or work in Tübingen can receive a day ticket for shopping in retail stores in the entire city, after they got a negative result in a corona rapid test. Restaurants and coffee shops can no longer serve outdoors. Drinking alcohol after 8 p.m. in downtown Tübingen, the Platanenallee or the Österberg is forbidden. Among others, private security and police patrol in the city. They monitor that everyone is wearing mandatory face masks. Starting Monday, April 12th, the following applies for day care centers and the emergency care in Tübingen’s schools: Children can only go there if they take a corona rapid test in either the institution or at home at least once a week. All businesses in Tübingen with at least 50 employees have to test their workers at least once or twice each week after the Easter holidays. This was announced by the City of Tübingen in a press release.


Corona-Schnelltest im Büro. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Martin Klaus.

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