Coronavirus the district of Miesbach: Task Force on tourism advises loosening | Miesbach

The tourism industry in the district of Miesbach suffers from the Corona restrictions. The Task Force has now been discussed with high-ranking politicians about

Coronavirus the district of Miesbach: Task Force on tourism advises loosening | Miesbach

The tourism industry in the district of Miesbach suffers from the Corona restrictions. The Task Force has now been discussed with high-ranking politicians about further relaxations.

district Important messages to deliver the best personally. Since this is to be implemented by the spacing rules during the Corona pandemic is currently difficult to have representatives of the Task Force tourism in the district of Miesbach taken to a video conference with representatives of state and Federal government.

In the Waitzinger Keller Miesbach district administrator Olaf von Löwis (CSU) exchanged views on the side of the representatives of the Alpine region of Tegernsee-Schliersee (ATS), the Tegernsee valley tourism (TTT) and marketing company (SMG) with the Federal government Commissioner for tourism, Thomas Bareiß, state President, Ilse Aigner, and the CSU Bundestag Deputy Alexander Radwan. The issue: How the Survival of firms and Thousands of jobs in the Hotel and restaurant sector in the district despite the existing limitations due to the Coronavirus secure?

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The video of the second action launched by the newly formed Task Force is unlock already. As reported, had been sent from the initiators first of all, a letter with solution approaches to the state government. In the interview, you addressed your questions, suggestions and concerns to the policy. There one makes the decisions is not easy, stressed Bareiß. "We try to go forward courageously, and to loosen, what is possible, but must always strike a balance with the protection against infection." Health and economy are not opposites but, instead, would require each other, so Bareiß. Therefore, he asked for patience. The relaxations would need time to unfold their impact.

The companies running out of time, however, it is Löwis convinced. "The industry needs emergency measures, to be able to survive," made it clear to the district administrator. Because, despite the first easing only a fraction of the guests may be received, will have to stay the staff is to a large part any longer in short-time work. The entrepreneurs would like from the policy, at least in prospects, when and with what conditions the work can resume. "It's now really lives," said Löwis. The balance between action and relaxation is difficult. Not a business want to risk a further wave of Infection.

Updated Date: 23 May 2020, 09:33

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