The trading company Breuninger wants to reopen its houses after weeks of the corona lockdown. To this end, the traditional company from Stuttgart has submitted an urgent application to the Mannheim Administrative Court.
The month-long lockdown is taking its toll. You need perspective and you want to be treated fairly, said s.Oliver CEO Claus-Dietrich Lahrs to our editorial team.
From 35 could be opened
Breuninger himself has now drawn conclusions from the further uncertainty. Hairdressers will be able to serve their customers again from March 1st after an appointment has been made in advance, which also applies to the studios in Breuninger’s houses, but whether retailers will be able to open after March 7th is still uncertain.
The n retail should be able to open with a limit of one customer per 20 square meters.
The 1st Senate, which deals with questions about the restrictions caused by the corona crisis, met for a longer discussion this Tuesday. It is unclear whether the trade issue will be decided.
Several counties achieve the value
According to the decision from the video conference between Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Prime Minister, this opening should only take place nationwide. With neighboring areas with higher incidences “common precautions should be taken to avoid cross-border use of the open offers as much as possible,” it says. In the districts of Ludwigsburg and Böblingen, in which Breuninger has houses, and in Stuttgart with the Breuninger parent company, the value has fallen below 35 for a few days. In the nearby district of Calw it was still 72.9 on Tuesday in the urban district of Pforzheim at 50.8, in the district of Karlsruhe, where Breuniger is also represented in Kaiserstraße in Karlsruhe, 66.5.
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Stuttgart dealer corona lockdown Breuninger files urgent application opening court Stuttgart