As a result of a ruling by an administrative court in Bavaria, the 2G rule in retail is no longer valid!

Following a preliminary ruling by the Bavarian Administrative Court, the Bavarian government has decided to discontinue the further application of the 2G rule (admission only for vaccinated or recovered persons) in the retail trade. Immediately after the court decision was announced last Wednesday, the head of the state’s chancellery Florian Herrmann (CSU) stated: “We are completely suspending 2G in the retail trade in Bavaria and thus ensuring the swift implementation of the court decision.” At the same time, Herrmann stressed that stores are still required to wear FFP2 masks.

The Bavarian Administrative Court granted the request of the owner of a lamp store in Upper Bavaria and temporarily suspended the 2G rule. The court argued that it is not clear from the Infection Protection Measures Ordinance which stores in Bavaria should be affected by the 2G rule and which do not have to comply with it.


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