Crailsheim’s Mayor Christoph Grimmer called on the government on Facebook to end the lockdown. It hits a nerve with many citizens.
Crailsheim – In a recent Facebook post, Crailsheim’s Lord Mayor Christoph Grimmer advocates “measures with a sense of proportion” and “comparable standards for everyone” in view of the lockdown. It cannot be that individual areas of the economy and society are sacrificed. “We can’t go on like this,” said Grimmer. He appeals directly to those responsible in the government by linking the Baden-Württemberg Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (Greens), Minister of Social Affairs Manfred Lucha (Greens) and politicians at federal level such as Jens Spahn (CDU) in his contribution. After just a few days, almost two thousand users responded with a “Like”, and over a thousand shared the mayor of Crailsheim’s post.
As BW24 * reports, the mayor reckons with the lockdown on Facebook – “Open, work and survive”.
Coronavirus in Baden-Württemberg: These bans and measures to protect against infection now apply (BW24 * reported). * BW24 is part of the Ippen digital network.