Christmas markets scrapped in Germany
German states Bavaria and Saxony are cancelling all Christmas markets due to of surging Covid infections. "The situation is very, very serious and difficult," Bavaria Premier Markus Soder said.
Restrictions will amount to a ‘de facto lockdown ‘for unvaccinated people. He also called for mandatory vaccinations
The state of Saxony also announced public restrictions to start Monday the closure of Christmas markets. It includes one of Germany’s largest festive markets in Dresden.
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