This 24 May 2020 German TV video is about the COVID-19 outbreaks after a party at a restaurant and a church service.
Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:
The number of corona infections after a party in a restaurant in the German town of Leer has risen to eighteen. Seven infections were reported on Saturday. The number of quarantined people has risen to 118, local authorities report.
Fourteen infected people attended a private party at the restaurant on May 15. Four others have been infected through them. They all come from the area of Leer, which is just across the border of Dutch Groningen. The restaurant also received guests on May 16, 17 and 20.
Some of the people who have to be quarantined already show coronavirus symptoms. Part of the management of the nearby big shipyard Meyer must also be kept in isolation, because the personnel chief was present at the party.
Visitors to the party say that in the restaurant anti-coronavirus rules were broken. Eg, guests or staff are said to have shaken hands, kept insufficient distance and did not wear a mask, even though the rules said they had to.
According to German media, the restaurant boss may also have made mistakes with the guest list, so it is not clear who has been inside. Eg, candidates coming for job interviews interviewed in the restaurant are said to not have been registered.
The local authorities are investigating the reports. The restaurant may be fined € 25,000. …
A [Baptist] church service in Frankfurt has also led to a corona outbreak. The service was on May 10 and it is now known that 107 people have been infected.
On 1 May, anti-coronavirus rules for religious services had been relaxed.
High COVID-19 infection rates among doctors and nurses in Germany. By Markus Salzmann, 25 May 2020. According to the public health body Robert Koch Institute, more than 20,000 workers in German hospitals, doctors’ practices, nursing homes and care services are now infected.