This is reported by the “Business Insider” portal. At a conference of the heads of the Senate and State Chancelleries, among other things, the possibility of uniform nationwide rules for tourism with incidences below 100 will be discussed.
A state chancellery said there would be no resolutions on this, but they wanted to talk about a possible common perspective. Because so far there has been no planning in the vast majority of federal states as of when hotels, pubs, holiday apartments, campsites and restaurants can open normally again. So far, there have not been any appointments in any of the Prime Minister's conferences or within the framework of federal regulations. Most recently, on Tuesday, Lower Saxony and Bavaria presented regulations according to which tourism should be possible again by Pentecost at the latest. There is also increasing pressure in the federal government to give the tourism industry prospects in view of the approaching summer vacation. According to information from "Business Insider", government circles consider opening hotels and restaurants for vaccinated people to be sensible in principle, but no longer in May, but from mid-June at the earliest.