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Germany plans to limit private gatherings to a maximum of 10 people
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The Telegraph reported according to a draft of proposed measures seen by Reuters today, Germany plans to limit private gatherings from December 28 to a maximum of 10 people who have been vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19.

According to the draft statement, the restriction will be the same for outdoor and indoor gatherings, though children below 14 will be exempted from the limit.

Germany-Christmas market in Frankfurt/Pixabay
Germany-Christmas market in Frankfurt/Pixabay

The document also said that access to restaurants would remain limited to people who could provide proof of vaccination or recovery.

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The document mentioned that at the same time, the country will extend financial support to companies and organisations affected by pandemic-related measures.

It shoule be noted that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and the leaders of Germany's 16 states are due to discuss the planned measures tomorrow afternoon.

Source: telegraph