This is how Germany’s coronavirus rules vary across states

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Germany is set to enter a stricter shutdown, with most states beginning to enforce the new rules on Monday. We break them down – and how they vary state by state.

In order to stem high coronavirus infection figures, Germany’s 16 state premiers, together with Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), decided to tighten and extend Germany’s shutdown until the end of January.

Here’s an overview the new measures, and how individual states are implementing them differently (or not at all). Read The Local.de’s report here.