German Government Announces Clubs In Berlin Will Ban Dancing Once Again From December 8, 2021

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In an announcement that came from the government last Friday, Clubs in Berlin will be forced to prohibit dancing and limit capacities once again from December 8, 2021, due to the sharp rise in the number of Covid-19 cases.

As reported by Berlin.de although clubs are not yet closed because of legal issues, “dancing is no longer allowed,” said the head of the Senate Chancellery, Christian Gaebler (SPD), after a special meeting of the Senate on last Friday.

While it might be annoying or disheartening, sometimes taking a step back for public health and safety is necessary. Under these rules going into play later this week, restaurants and pubs will be allowed to remain open, but there will be new rules for social distancing and fewer tables in place.

Explaining the matter, Gaebler stated that the federal government had decided to close nightclubs when the seven-day incidence of Coronavirus in Berlin surpassed 350, but that the legal process for this was still ongoing. The ban on dancing, however, is already possible without the involvement of parliament under the Infection Protection Act and will go into effect starting December 8.

There is currently no proposed date by when this rule be dropped or reverted but it will depend on the trajectory of Covid-19 cases in the region.

H/T – DJ Mag

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