Leipzig – Hardly is it Compulsory testing in Leipzig and Dresden Picked up while shopping, the Saxons storm into the shops. In the inner cities there were sometimes long queues on Saturday. Particularly popular: Primark!
In front of the Irish cheap fashion chain, hundreds gathered on Saturday at the Leipzig Hainspitze or in the Dresden Centrum Galerie, queuing to come to the store. At around 12.45, for example, over 250 people were waiting in line at the bargain temple in Leipzig.
In Dresden and Leipzig, the 7-day incidence of 35 newly infected people per 100,000 inhabitants fell short. Means: In many areas – as well as in shops – the obligation to test was no longer required! On Saturday there was an incidence of 10.3 in Leipzig and 10.1 in Dresden.