Mainz city government press release, 20 MAY 2021
Courtesy translation: Nadine Bower, Community Relations
The ban on the sale of open alcoholic beverages will be lifted on May 21, 2021. Mask areas remain.
Press Release: City Adapts General Decree to State 21st Corona Anti-Narcotics Ordinance
Today, Thursday, May 20, 2021, the capital of the state of Mainz publishes a new general decree with measures to protect the population against coronavirus infections, which supplements or modifies the existing measures of the federal emergency brake and of the 21st ordinance on the control of corona (21st CoBeLVO):
In the pedestrian areas of the city center as well as on the station square, masks are always compulsory every day except Sundays and public holidays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The compulsory mask zone on the banks of the Rhine also remains in place. It applies to the entire shore between the ascent of the railway bridge (south bridge) over the Victor-Hugo-Ufer to the swing bridge of the customs port at the end of Taunusstraße in the period from 12:00 to 22:00 every day.
Sale of alcoholic beverages
The street sale of open alcoholic drinks will be possible again from Friday May 21, 2021. The old ban on sales in the city of Mainz has been lifted. In doing so, the city administration is responding to changes to the state’s new Corona Control Ordinance. The 21st CoBeLVO lifts the national ban on the consumption of alcoholic beverages in public spaces.
The new general decree will be published today in the Municipal Official Journal and will enter into force at 00:00 on Friday 21 May 2021. The general decree will initially apply until the end of 1 June 2021. Administrative staff in Mainz , the state capital, will continue to continuously monitor the evolution of coronavirus infections and adapt measures accordingly. Administrative staff will meet at short intervals. Updated information from Mainz City Council on protective measures to combat coronavirus infections can be found at www.mainz.de/coronavirus.
|Date posted:||05/21/2021 06:46|
|Location:||WIESBADEN, HE, DE|
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