Hamburg (dpa) - Hamburg's mayor Peter Tschentscher (SPD) has called for uniform rules nationwide in view of the sharply increasing corona incidence figures.

"The restrictions envisaged by the MPK level concept are not implemented consistently enough and too small-scale," said the SPD politician of "Welt".

This patchwork quilt leads to a lack of acceptance, increased mobility and insufficient effectiveness of the measures.

One therefore needs uniform regulations on retail, sport and gastronomy.

Contact and exit restrictions would have to be consistently implemented everywhere in Germany.

"The sooner this happens, the better it is for everyone."

From Tschentscher's point of view, the infection dynamics must urgently be slowed down.

“If this is not done promptly, the expansion of an efficient test strategy is no longer sufficient to stabilize the infection process.

In the final phase of the pandemic and before adequate vaccination protection is achieved, Germany is threatened with overloading the health system. "

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