Supermarkets can now REFUSE service to unvaccinated customers in Frankfurt

Supermarkets can now REFUSE service to unvaccinated customers in Frankfurt
Supermarkets can now REFUSE service to unvaccinated customers in Frankfurt
Supermarkets can now REFUSE service to unvaccinated customers in Frankfurt as Germany clamps down on refuseniks with deaths nearing the 100,000 mark Frankfurt supermarkets can now deny service to those who are not vaccinated  '2G rule' excludes those not vaccinated (geimpft) or recovered ('genesen') Bringing in the 2G rule lets shops drop mask-wearing and distancing rules

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Supermarkets in Frankfurt can now choose to only serve customers who have been vaccinated or have recovered from Covid. 

The health pass entry rules, announced by the central state of Hesse, allow all shops to bring in the so-called 2G rule - where premises can choose to deny entry to those who are not vaccinated ('geimpft' in German) or who have recovered ('genesen') from the virus. 

Bringing in the 2G rule - which has been allowed in roughly half of German states for the service sector - lets shops drop mask-wearing rules along with those mandating social distancing, German outlet The Local reports. 

Germany appears to be in the midst of a third wave of cases - though deaths have subsided in recent months following a second wave peak in January this year.

The country has recorded 4.3million confirmed cases and 94,526 deaths during the pandemic, World Health Organisation figures show.

State leader Volker Bouffier said: 'We expect that this option will only be used on some days and that businesses which cater to everyday needs will not make use of it.'

Germany appears to be in the midst of a third wave of cases - though deaths have subsided in recent months following a second wave peak in January this year. The country has recorded 4.3million confirmed cases and 94,526 deaths during the pandemic, World Health Organisation figures show.

Germany appears to be in the midst of a third wave of cases - though deaths have subsided in recent months following a second wave peak in January this year. The country has recorded 4.3million confirmed cases and 94,526 deaths during the pandemic, World Health Organisation figures show.

The health pass entry rules, announced by the central state of Hesse, allow all shops to bring in the so-called 2G rule - where premises can choose to deny entry to those who are not vaccinated ('geimpft' in German) or who have recovered ('genesen') from the virus (file image)

The health pass entry rules, announced by the central state of Hesse, allow all shops to bring in the so-called 2G rule - where premises can choose to deny entry to those who are not vaccinated ('geimpft' in German) or who have recovered

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