Coronavirus: with a mask in class? – Bavaria

The focus is on whether students in all schools should wear protective masks during lessons. In North Rhine-Westphalia, for example, the state government made it compulsory to wear a mask during classes. On the other hand, there are voices in Bavaria who consider this an unworkable and exaggerated order – just as there is the opinion that a mask requirement is reasonable and sensible. At the meeting, the Minister of Culture Michael Piazolo (Free Voters) will also present his concept for the start of classes.

In addition, Söder and his ministers wish to provide advice in particular on the increase in the number of travelers nationwide, including return travelers. The corona epidemic in Mamming, Lower Bavaria, should also keep ministers busy. The situation in the new test centers should be discussed as well as the question of a possible extension of corona risk areas.

The Prime Minister shared the main outcomes of Cabinet deliberations on Monday morning Markus Söder and Minister of Health Melanie Huml in one press conference around 12 o’clock. We stream them live here.

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