In the German federal state of Lower Saxony, the Supreme Administrative Court of Lüneburg previously lifted the general ban on prostitution introduced during the pandemic.
In view of the improved epidemiological indicators and the insignificant role of this industry in the development of the pandemic as a whole, a ban on prostitution is no longer necessary, – says the court decision taken at the suit of the owner of one of the brothels against the land authorities.
Earlier it was reported that the German Trade Union of Workers of Erotic and Sexual Services (BesD) demanded permission to resume the work of prostitutes, banned in connection with the lockdown. “We stand for equality,” said union spokesman Johanna Ebeling. As DW reported, in her opinion, the opening of sex service establishments was impeded not due to epidemic norms, but due to moral reasons.
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