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It began at one minute past midnight on March 1: After 75 days of shutdown, hairdressers in Germany were finally allowed to reopen their doors. But in some federal states, the easing of restrictions has gone even further. Despite the signs that a third wave of coronavirus infections might be on the horizon, lockdown measures were eased across Germany on Monday morning. After two and a half months, hairdressers were allowed to reopen nationwide - and some of them did so at midnight on the dot, to get the first desperate customers in for their cuts and colours. In some federal states, other facilities are now also reopening, including garden centres, flower shops, hardware stores, beauty salons, podiatrists and driving schools. In fact, Hamburg and Berlin are the only states in which, apart from the reopening of hairdressers, there will be no further relaxations for the time being. In other federal states, a few changes are being made, as follows: On Wednesday, Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to meet with the state premiers of the federal states to discuss further possible reopenings, with the current lockdown due to expire on March 7. Negotiations look set to be fierce, with the leaders beset by the twin pressures of rising case numbers in Germany and increasingly louder calls for restrictions to be lifted. Health authorities in Germany reported 4.732 new cases of COVID-19 to the Robert Koch Institute in the 24 hours to Monday morning, and a further 60 deaths - almost no change from the week before. The nationwide seven-day incidence rate (the number of new infections per 100.000 inhabitants) rose to 65,8. At the same time, opinion polls are clearly showing that the public’s patience with restrictions is wearing very thin. According to a survey by the opinion research institute You Gov, commissioned by the German Press Agency, only just over a third of the German population is now in favour of maintaining (26 percent) or tightening (9 percent) the current restrictions. On the other hand, 43 percent are in favour of loosening restrictions, and 17 percent are in favour of them being lifted altogether. This means that the majority is in favour of a relaxation of coronavirus measures for the first time since the tough lockdown began in mid-December. It began at one minute past midnight on March 1: After 75 days of shutdown, hairdressers in Germany were finally allowed to reopen their doors. But in some federal states, the easing of restrictions has gone even further. Despite the signs that a third wave of coronavirus infections might be on the horizon, lockdown measures were eased across Germany on Monday morning. After two and a half months, hairdressers were allowed to reopen nationwide - and some of them did so at midnight on the dot, to get the first desperate customers in for their cuts and colours. In some federal states, other facilities are now also reopening, including garden centres, flower shops, hardware stores, beauty salons, podiatrists and driving schools. In fact, Hamburg and Berlin are the only states in which, apart from the reopening of hairdressers, there will be no further relaxations for the time being. In other federal states, a few changes are being made, as follows: On Wednesday, Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to meet with the state premiers of the federal states to discuss further possible reopenings, with the current lockdown due to expire on March 7. Negotiations look set to be fierce, with the leaders beset by the twin pressures of rising case numbers in Germany and increasingly louder calls for restrictions to be lifted. Health authorities in Germany reported 4.732 new cases of COVID-19 to the Robert Koch Institute in the 24 hours to Monday morning, and a further 60 deaths - almost no change from the week before. The nationwide seven-day incidence rate (the number of new infections per 100.000 inhabitants) rose to 65,8. At the same time, opinion polls are clearly showing that the public’s patience with restrictions is wearing very thin. According to a survey by the opinion research institute You Gov, commissioned by the German Press Agency, only just over a third of the German population is now in favour of maintaining (26 percent) or tightening (9 percent) the current restrictions. On the other hand, 43 percent are in favour of loosening restrictions, and 17 percent are in favour of them being lifted altogether. This means that the majority is in favour of a relaxation of coronavirus measures for the first time since the tough lockdown began in mid-December.

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