Large events, festivals and trade fairs are also prohibited, as well as tourist train and bus trips. Dance, music and art schools, like adult education centers, are not allowed to teach. Offers for children and young people up to the age of 16 are an exception. The 3G rule applies to access to the workplace. For hotspot regions with an incidence above 1000, there is a curfew for unvaccinated people from 10 p.m. In addition, a ban on alcohol in public spaces is to be enacted.
The measures are “difficult, but necessary,” said Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer (CDU). With this “breakwater” one wants to achieve that the daily increasing number of infections fall, that the health authorities can track contacts again and that the hospitals do not overflow. It is unclear whether this can be achieved with the measures: “The low vaccination rate is the real reason for this situation.” Use 2G and 3G wherever possible. “That’s why it’s not a lockdown either.” Saxony registered 7791 new infections within 24 hours on Friday.
In retail there are no restrictions on basic supply stores, so for supermarkets, drugstores or pharmacies. The 2G rule applies to all others. Only those who have been vaccinated and who have been tested have access. This also applies to visiting the hairdresser. All other shops with services close to the body will remain closed.
Professional sport is possible without a spectator, so there will be ghost games again in football. Gyms stay closed. Churches and religious communities can come together under the terms of 3G. This also applies to meetings, but they can only have up to 10 participants and must take place at fixed locations.