Germany lifts more restrictions, Merkel urges caution


Germany lifts more restrictions, Merkel urges cautionComscore beaconBERLIN (AP) — Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans to behave responsibly as large parts of the country relaxed more pandemic restrictions Friday at the start of the Pentecost weekend, telling them that caution is needed to avoid further shutdowns.u003c/p>”,”hasTextOverlay”:false,”headline”:”Germany lifts more restrictions, Merkel urges caution”,”description”:null,”interactiveLinkUrl”:null,”interactiveLinkUrlText”:null,”language”:”en”,”leadPhotoId”:”b7fa0734621347a6814ea799aadb9859″,”leadVideoId”:null,”localLinkUrl”:”https://apnews.com/bfb3bc41cedf2a7610f9ab4e462b6571″,”localMemberName”:null,”media”:[{“id”:”b7fa0734621347a6814ea799aadb9859″,”type”:”Photo”,”caption”:”u003cp>Women toast with white wine at a table in the outdoor area of a restaurant, in Duesseldorf, Germany, Friday, May 21, 2021. After months of forced break, restaurateurs in Duesseldorf are allowed to welcome guests again as of Friday. As in other municipalities in North Rhine-Westphalia, this only applies to the outdoor area and under certain coronavirus measures. (David Young/dpa via AP)u003c/p>”,”order”:0,”imageMimeType”:”image/jpeg”,”imageFileExtension”:”.jpeg”,”imageRenderedSizes”:[3000,2000,1000,800,600,400,200],”aspectRatio”:1.5,”gcsBaseUrl”:”https://storage.googleapis.com/afs-prod/media/b7fa0734621347a6814ea799aadb9859/”,”embedCaption”:null,”uploaded”:true,”flattenedCaption”:”Women toast with white wine at a table in the outdoor area of a restaurant, in Duesseldorf, Germany, Friday, May 21, 2021. After months of forced break, restaurateurs in Duesseldorf are allowed to welcome guests again as of Friday. As in other municipalities in North Rhine-Westphalia, this only applies to the outdoor area and under certain coronavirus measures. 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After a month-long forced break to combust the coronavirus pandemic, restaurateurs in Duesseldorf will be allowed to welcome guests again from Friday May 21, 2021. (Marcel Kusch/dpa via AP)”,”updated”:”2021-05-21T20:36:35.388090″,”alignment”:null,”videoMimeType”:null,”videoFileExtension”:null,”videoRenderedSizes”:[],”externalId”:null,”audioMimeType”:null,”audioFileExtension”:null,”title”:null},{“id”:”bc88e96c59eb400a9cbb2ec2b1a800f3″,”type”:”Photo”,”caption”:”u003cp>Linus and Regina are served lunch at the Grosser Kiepenkerl in Muenster, Germany, as restaurants are allowed to open due to the city’s low corona infections rate on Friday, May 21, 2021. 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(Philipp von Ditfurth/dpa via AP)”,”updated”:”2021-05-21T20:36:35.862957″,”alignment”:null,”videoMimeType”:null,”videoFileExtension”:null,”videoRenderedSizes”:[],”externalId”:null,”audioMimeType”:null,”audioFileExtension”:null,”title”:null},{“id”:”b81e370c3c414ba786781fee0300dd5d”,”type”:”Photo”,”caption”:”u003cp>Visitors of Europa-Park walk through an avenue at the entrance of the park while employees of the park stand guard and confetti rains down from confetti cannons in Rust, Germany, Friday, May 21, 2021. Europa-Park is one of the first major theme parks in Germany to reopen its doors to visitors. The park in Rust welcomed visitors again after months of the Corona enforced break – as part of a model project approved by the state. 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(Philipp von Ditfurth/dpa via AP)”,”updated”:”2021-05-21T20:36:36.087999″,”alignment”:null,”videoMimeType”:null,”videoFileExtension”:null,”videoRenderedSizes”:[],”externalId”:null,”audioMimeType”:null,”audioFileExtension”:null,”title”:null},{“id”:”bccad98b509f4b29b40d3d0b20c2b572″,”type”:”Photo”,”caption”:”u003cp>German Chancellor Angela Merkel addresses the media during press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Friday, May 21, 2021 following the virtual ‘Global Health Summit’. 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But top officials stressed the need to remain vigilant. u003c/p>u003cp>“We can be glad that (infection rates) have declined so far in recent days and in the last two weeks that we can think about opening steps,” Merkel told reporters in Berlin. u003c/p>u003cp>“I hope that, after the long time with closures and opportunities they didn’t have, that people will treat these opportunities very responsibly,” she added. “The virus has not disappeared.” u003c/p>u003cdiv class=”ad-placeholder”>u003c/div>u003cp>The country’s disease control agency reported 8,769 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Thursday and 226 deaths. The country has reported 87,128 virus-related deaths since the start of the pandemic.u003c/p>u003cp>State authorities have pushed vigorously to reopen hospitality and tourism for the three-day weekend, despite misgivings from federal officials. u003c/p>u003cp>“It feels good to finally get a bit of freedom back,” said Christian Klimpke, 48, an account manager who was joined by friends at Berlin’s Cafe am Neuen See beer garden. u003c/p>u003cp>“I lived here now exactly six months. I came here the day that bars closed, said Luke Siglmans, 29, who is originally from Amsterdam. ”So it’s amazing to finally drink a real draft German beer on a terrace. So I am really happy.”u003c/p>u003cp>Merkel said continuing to wear masks and observe social distancing is essential. “We must take care,” she said.u003c/p>u003cp>But “I believe that, with the necessary responsibility and care that hopefully many — most people — will take, we won’t have to talk about having to shut down again.”u003c/p>u003cp>Merkel noted that there is concern about the emergence of a virus variant first detected in India, “which seems to be somewhat more aggressive” than the currently dominant variant.u003c/p>u003cp>The variant has been spreading in Britain. German authorities on Friday evening announced that the U.K. will be put on a list of “virus variant areas” that includes India itself and Brazil, but no other European countries, starting Sunday. That will trigger new travel restrictions.u003c/p>u003cp>The listing means that airlines and others will be restricted largely to transporting German citizens and residents from Britain, and that those who arrive must spend 14 days in quarantine at home.u003c/p>u003cp>About 40% of the population in Germany has received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine so far. 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