Bavaria: Bavaria sees the FFP2 mask requirement as excessive

Munich (dpa / lby) - Bavaria's Health Minister Klaus Holetschek has described the nationwide FFP2 mask requirement in many facilities, which has been in force since the beginning of October, as excessive.

Bavaria: Bavaria sees the FFP2 mask requirement as excessive

Munich (dpa / lby) - Bavaria's Health Minister Klaus Holetschek has described the nationwide FFP2 mask requirement in many facilities, which has been in force since the beginning of October, as excessive. On Thursday, the CSU politician particularly criticized the obligation to wear masks in early childhood and remedial workshops as well as day care centers. There, even children from the age of six would have to wear FFP2 masks.

After the children do not have to put on masks in special schools in the morning, they should then wear the masks in the day care centers in the afternoon, although they are often looked after by the same staff in the same rooms as in the morning, the minister said. "This is just absurd!"

The obligation to wear FFP2 masks therefore does not make sense in curative day-care centers and workshops for disabled people. In addition, support and support are impaired because the mask makes communication difficult. "The protection associated with the mask requirement is clearly out of proportion to the disadvantages." Holetschek announced that he intends to apply an exception rule for the affected facilities in the Free State.

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