Status: 23.03.2021 1:46 p.m.
Prime Minister Stephan Weil commented on the resolutions of the latest federal-state conference. The “hard shutdown” over Easter is inevitable from his point of view.
Weil has shown himself satisfied with the resolutions of the most recent Corona summit. On Monday they agreed on a “strategy” based on the “small and small” of the past in order to break the dynamics of the third corona wave. The aim is to be able to make such an offer in the summer of all people in Lower Saxony who want to be vaccinated. “I think the goal is realistic,” said Weil. Weil announced an expansion of test activities. In addition to schools, working life will also be included in the tests. In the medium term, up to 40 percent of the population should be tested. Weil was confident that there would be “more security through more tests”.
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