Schleswig-Holstein Germany Hamburg Police Checking All tourists

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Schleswig-Holstein Germany Hamburg:


At least 145 people have been infected with the coronavirus in the north, and one has died so far.

Schleswig-Holstein is now tightening its measures in the fight against the epidemic: the land between the North and Baltic Seas is becoming a tourist-free zone.

In the coastal towns, the police are now even sending vacationers home - and explicitly warns the Hamburgers!

As of Wednesday, tourists are no longer allowed to enter Schleswig-Holstein in the fight against the Sars-CoV-2 pathogen.

Travel to the area of ​​the state of Schleswig-Holstein for tourist reasons is prohibited. This can be checked and enforced under the law, said Tourism Minister Bernd Buchholz (FDP).

Please do not go to the North and Baltic Seas, Hamburgers:


"This means that Hamburg residents should not make their way to the North Sea, the Baltic Sea or the inland lakes," said Buchholz.

Tourism is brought to zero. It is only possible to arrive for other private or professional reasons.

There is also no longer any day tourism in Schleswig-Holstein Germany:


All accommodation facilities, campsites and marinas for tourist purposes will be closed from Wednesday. Tourists must leave by Thursday.

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According to Buchholz, the relevant regulations are being launched together with Lower Saxony and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

Schleswig-Holstein Germany Many tourists have already left:


From Wednesday many retail stores and restaurants will also be closed. "But there is no reason for us to prohibit people from going outdoors," said Prime Minister Daniel Günther (CDU).

The number of vacationers has already decreased in the North Sea Islands. "It has already become significantly emptier," said Ann-Kathrin Meyerhof from Föhr Tourismus. Many guests have also left Sylt.

Tour ban in the north - Police check at ferry piers and train stations:


The police check, among other things, at the ferry docks, the car loading station in Niebüll and at the train stations in Westerland and Niebüll whether holidaymakers mingle with the travellers. The arrival by plane to Sylt is also checked.

Schleswig-Holstein Germany - Emergency aid program over 500 million:


On Sunday Günther had agreed with the heads of government of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Lower Saxony to block all islands in the North and Baltic Seas from Monday.

And even people who have a holiday home or apartment in Schleswig-Holstein are not allowed to visit them now.

A second home is not enough to be currently in the holiday resorts, according to information letters. Not even if you want to work on the property.

Another cabinet decision on Tuesday is the emergency aid program worth EUR 500 million. Günther announced that it should help existentially endangered companies.



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