*Scroll down to see three chilling RAIR exclusively translated videos
As they aggressively police their own citizens, the German government is still permitting flights from coronavirus-infected Iran and China. German Police have been patrolling parks and cities across the nation broadcasting Chinese coronavirus warnings and demanding citizens limit their activities and keep distance from each other. Certain towns across the country are choosing to impose strict curfews and locking down their communities completely.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has threatened there will be an imminent lockdown if people do not start limiting their social activities.
As reported in DW News, the decision of whether to lock down Germany entirely hinges on the behavior of its citizens. Angela Merkel’s Chief of Staff, Helge Braun, described Saturday as a “key day” in deciding on a possible nationwide lockdown because of the coronavirus:
“The German government will closely monitor people’s behavior to see if they are taking the measures implemented this week seriously.”
The following exclusively translated RAIR Foundation USA videos display different German city and town responses to the coronavirus.
Mayor Armin Ebhart, of Kürnbach Germany orders a mandatory curfew. Residents will only be allowed to leave their homes if they have to go to work, visit one’s life partner or to shop for food. Residents are ordered to keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from other people. Taking walks or training outdoors is allowed, but bizarrely, only when alone or with people who live in the same household. Kurnbach has ordered that public life be shut down almost completely until April 19, 2020.
This is an announcement from the Mayor.Tonight after 12 midnight a curfew goes into effect. Further information can be found at the Kürnbach.de website.
Please stay calm. Thank you.
Public Service Announcements are being broadcasted from speakers in German parks warning people of rules surrounding social distancing and gathering.
Inspections have been stepped up to ensure security for us all. In order to reduce the risk of infection, we request that groups be no larger than five persons. Please always maintain the necessary 1.5 meter distance from one another.
Meeting with other people: Large gatherings for entertainment purposes or parties are prohibited according to the Infection Protection Law.
Please contribute with responsible behavior and don’t become a part of the chain of infection. Stay optimistic and enjoy the sunny day with the necessary distance!
German police broadcast coronavirus warnings throughout the city streets of Hanover. All public space gatherings are prohibited and social interaction must be limited.
The police would like to inform you that the very infectious Coronavirus is a danger to us all.
Reduce your social contacts to a minimum. According to the obligatory general ruling in the region of Hanover, gatherings in public spaces are prohibited without exception.
Right now, we’re all responsible and obliged to actively work together to follow the rules to ensure that you and those around you stay healthy.
It is our duty and yours as citizens to reduce your social interaction to a minimum.
(A message from) your police.
Merkel demands citizens take extreme precautions to protect themselves from coronavirus while she is allowing flights from Iran and China to still come into Germany. Iran is at the epicenter of the outbreak in the Middle East, while China is ground zero.