German parliaments decide on shorter quarantines

(GermanPolicy.com) – Bundestag and Bundesrat have decided on shortened quarantine rules for infected people and people who have been in contact with people infected with Covid 19. Instead of 14 days, one now only has to go into isolation for a period of ten days. After seven days, those infected can be tested for a negative result. Contacts who have already been boosted no longer have to be isolated. Anyone who has been vaccinated three times no longer has to go into quarantine. In addition, the 2G Plus rule should now apply to the catering industry.
The Federal States must issue their own ordinances on the quarantine rules. The new rules aim to guarantee the stability of important supply areas.

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