Verdict in Weimar, Germany: No More Face Masks, No Tests and No More Physical Distance for Students

BERLINER ZEITUNG – The Weimar District Court sees “danger to the mental, physical or emotional well-being”.

The Weimar District Court has passed a sensational judgment. The court ruled that the “obligation to wear a mask, to maintain minimum distances and to perform rapid tests in schools pose a threat to the mental, physical or emotional well-being of the child”. And said measures are prohibited. After doubts about the authenticity were initially expressed online, Steffen Dittes, Deputy Chairman of the Left in Thuringia, confirmed the authenticity. The judgment, which is formally legally referred to as a decision, has the file number Az .: 9 F 148/21.

It states that the “directors and teachers of the schools” of two children whose parents had gone to court are forbidden “to order or prescribe the following for these and all other children and pupils taught at these schools: In class and on the School grounds to wear face masks of all kinds, in particular mouth and nose covers, so-called qualified masks (OP or FFP2 mask) or others, to maintain minimum distances between each other or to other people that go beyond what was known before 2020, as well as To take part in rapid tests to determine the Sars-CoV-2 virus ”.


The judge justified his decision with, among other things, according to the court the “lack of benefit from wearing a mask and observing distance regulations for the children themselves and third parties”. In addition, the judge cites the “unsuitability of PCR tests and rapid tests for measuring the incidence of infection” as one of the reasons for his judgment.


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