Germany to Citizens: If It’s Not Within 9 Miles of Your House, You Can’t Go There

This is getting ridiculous.

To stop the spread of COVID-19, the German government just instituted a non-essential travel ban on the population.

They set a travel radius of 15 kilometers, or 9.3 miles, that applies to people who live in towns and counties where there have been more than 200 new cases per 100,000 people over seven days.

This is the country’s first nationwide rule that restricts movement, although the government is discussing extending other lockdown measures that are set to expire on January 10.

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  1. aleck

    What happens to freight coming in and going to other countries?

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