Hamburg (dpa / lno) - Hamburg's red-green Senate is in a special meeting today to discuss how to proceed in the corona crisis.

In view of the falling number of infections, it should also be about easing the requirements.

If possible, the Senate would like to be the first to withdraw the exit restrictions that have been in force since Good Friday from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

Then restrictions on schools and daycare centers should be dropped and those who have been completely vaccinated and tested should be treated equally.

When creating a timetable for further action, perspectives for corona-related closed shops should also be discussed.

After the meeting, Mayor Peter Tschentscher (SPD) wants to present the results to the public (around 5 p.m.).

The prerequisite for relaxation is that the seven-day incidence falls below 100 for at least five consecutive working days and the infection rate is stable.

According to calculations by the Robert Koch Institute, Hamburg has been below the 100 mark for nine days.

For the Senate, however, these numbers are not decisive, it relies on its own calculations.

And after that, the Hanseatic city came on Thursday with 89.5 for the second day in a row to a value of less than 100 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days.


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