Instead of a curfew, Germany has a contact ban, but several asylum seekers have not yet understood this new regulation to curb the spread of the coronavirus or do not want to understand it, do not adhere to the distance rule and ignore curfews. The cities of Schneeberg and Zschorlau in Saxony also have these same problems with ” asylum seekers” , who are almost exclusively in large groups in public.
The tabloid BILD reports:
The mayors of Schneeberg and Zschorlau ask Saxony’s Ministry of the Interior for help. Because many of the asylum seekers living here would not comply with restrictions on leaving the home.
Again and again, large groups of residents of the Schneeberg asylum shelter have been observed on the streets of Schneeberg without good reason, the mayors report. This would give the population the impression that the restrictions would not apply to asylum seekers.
When asked about this matter, some asylum seekers reacted in part aggressively. For this reason, the State should, for example, set up a stationary supply as quickly as possible to provide the refugee home with everyday goods.