Coronavirus: Germany opposes local lockout with a new outbreak of meat plant

Germany has repeated the actions of the lockout in its most populous state after the rise of coronavirus cases in Europe's largest slaughterhouses.

North Rhine-Westphalia State Governor Armin Leschette said 360,000 residents living in Guitarroh County should contact only those who are in or out of their homes.

They have closed the cinema, fitness studio, and bar, although restaurants can continue to cater to the same home crowd.

"This is a limited precaution. We will take this action as soon as possible when we are certain of the safety of the infection," Lachette said at a news conference. "It's a preventative measure."

The state's prime minister wanted to act locally wherever possible to curb the virus, and Mr. Lachette said there was no justification for comprehensive action.

More than 1,500 workers at the Rita-Wydenbrook meat processing plant have been diagnosed with the virus over the weekend - a figure that coincides with the rise in the nation's virus reproduction rate - or R number - on Friday. The current estimate of 2.76 from the Robert Koch Institute for Public Health is 1.06 to 2.88 on Sunday.

Thousands have been detained in the region forbidding to spread more of the virus, which has spread significantly through the most populous country in Central Europe, but far less fatal than elsewhere. So far, Berlin has reported more than 192,000 virus cases and 8,969 deaths nationwide. Near Italy, there were 239,000 cases with a comparable number of infections and 34,657 deaths.

It comes in the form of reports of numerous concentrated outbreaks in meatpacking centers and slaughterhouses around the world - in the US and the UK, two countries that have been infected. Industry representatives in the UK said the Independent's case was "a mystery", despite the fact that the formulas behind this restriction could worsen in factory settings, poor employment conditions, and cold temperatures.

However, a significant outbreak in Germany hailed its response as it became the global epicenter of the European virus, creating political problems especially for Mr. Laskett, who took over as chancellor from Mrs. Merkel the following year. Ready to perform.

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