Bavaria’s leaders have cancelled the world’s biggest beer
festival due to fears that it could become a “breeding ground” for Covid-19.
The 210-year-old festival attracts over 6 million visitors
annually and is a highlight in the German calendar. The festival takes place in
the Bavarian capital, Munich.
The premier of Bavaria, Markus Söder said, “Living with
coronavirus means living carefully. As long as there is no vaccination, we need
to be very sensible. We are in mutual agreement that the risk is quite simply
too high … compromises will not help.”
This will also take a hefty financial toll on all the business that were involved in the arrangement of the renowned festival.
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