Kiel (dpa / lno) - Schleswig-Holstein's SPD state parliamentary group leader Ralf Stegner has called for nationwide uniform corona rules.

"With a view to the coming weeks and months, it will be even more necessary than before to consistently ensure traceability, transparency and effectiveness in all measures to combat pandemics," Stegner told the German Press Agency on Tuesday.

Nationwide, an incidence traffic light must be binding as to the local seven-day value from which certain measures take effect.

The SPD has submitted a corresponding application for the special session of the state parliament on Wednesday in Kiel.

The still high level of acceptance among the population for the necessary, but sometimes far-reaching restrictions, must be maintained, said Stegner.

According to the SPD, the state government must also focus on the particular burden on families.

In the case of contact restrictions, children up to the age of twelve should no longer count in the future - analogous to the regulation in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania - if this is necessary for childcare.


Stegner also spoke out in favor of an obligation to wear so-called FFP2 masks in local transport and in shops.

People on low incomes would have to get masks for free.

In the afternoon, the heads of government from the federal and state levels wanted to discuss how to proceed in the corona pandemic from February.