Germany introduced tougher rules to fight coronavirus which include a ban on public meetings of more than two people, to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
People will not be allowed to be in groups of two in public unless they are of the same household or gathering for work-related activity.
In a press briefing Chancellor Angela Merkel said :
“We are further reducing public life and social contact and ensuring that the measures will be nationwide,” the chancellor said, adding that the regulations would remain in place for at least two weeks. “Everyone should organize their movements according to these regulations.”
The measures include hairdressers, massage and tattoo parlors to close well as restaurants can only offer takeaways.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany had risen to more than 23,900 by Sunday, with more than 90 deaths.