Central European Summer Time applies again in Germany.
During the night the time was put forward by one hour. As a result, the sun now rises later in the morning, while it remains light longer in the evening. The regulation applies until the end of October.
In the European Union, the abolition of the time change has been discussed for years. An agreement is not yet in sight. The aim is for the Member States to proceed as uniformly as possible in order to avoid a patchwork of patches.
This message was broadcast on March 28th, 2021 on Deutschlandfunk.