In Germany, group gatherings are allowed, and the Austrian government not opposed to the Formula 1 race in July

In Germany, group gatherings are allowed, and the Austrian government not opposed to the Formula 1 race in July

In Germany, authorities announced the extension of social distancing rules until June 29, in efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease, while public gatherings of up to ten people will be allowed. Federal government authorities continue to recommend that individuals limit their number of social contacts as constant as possible, and suggests that individuals hold gatherings outdoors.

Meanwhile, Vice-Chancellor Werner Kogler said that the Austrian government is not opposed to this year’s Formula One Grand Prix, the first race of the season.

“Measures have been taken for the arrival and departure of the staff, and conditions have been created for their permission and transportation. From our point of view, there are no obstacles to the race,” ORF quotes Kogler.

The Austrian Grand Prix is due on July 3-5.

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