The Karlsruhe judges announced on Thursday that the application was inadmissible because the necessary explanations were missing. The applicants had neither dealt in depth with the regulation itself nor with the arguments that speak for and against a factually and temporally limited accommodation ban.
The applicants would not have justified why it would not be possible for them to obtain a test for an infection with the coronavirus. Overall, a ban on accommodation causes serious encroachments on fundamental rights, especially those of the accommodation providers, which can only be justified if they are proportionate as a measure to combat pandemics, according to the constitutional court. It said that the competent chamber had no more to decide on whether the state prohibition under attack in the case should be suspended or whether it was compatible with the Basic Law.