Mein Name ist Hase
"Mein Name ist Hase" is an old german saying, meaning: I haven's got a clue. That's how some people behave when they are out and about these days. Along the lines of: I won't get the virus. More solidarity, please!!!
not much to discover
I go for little walks everyday- but my area is very boring and there is not much to discover. But I enjoy the fresh air.
This restaurant called "Feiner Pinkel" - which is a kind of snob - announces that it is closed for the time being, but also informs its customers about the regular opening hours for the "post-Corona world".
Now I finally know where all the toilet paper ended up - in a shop that has been closed for ages.
The Coronacrisis is even harder for homeless people. Where shall they go when all the help facilities are closed?
At least with the icecream leftovers they stick to the distance rules.
Oh dear, I get a little sarcastic these days. Because it's very stressful here in my neighborhood. I live in a very busy area where, despite Corona, many people are on the streets who seem to have little respect for the distancing regulations.
Soon these chairs will be occupied again. I just hope very much that people react reasonable to the ease of the lockdown.
Today in the Spreewald - a very beautiful area not far from Berlin - at a toilet house
keep your distance
After the crisis is before the crisis
let the rich pay for it- demands one of the many organizations in my area- I can only agree with that.
Pubs in my neighborhood protest against the lockdown and ban the governing mayor of Berlin and three senators from their pubs.
Open all pubs immediately is what they demand.
Even a smile is contagious it says on this board. Understandable, because on the street people are often quite aggressive. Especially when you ask them for distance.
My bank has either blocked or removed most cash machines completely.There are only two left now. Although there is space for more machines and for enough distance, too So long queues developing on the street . The next branch is miles away.
What a charming way to remind people to wear masks and keep their distance.
In front of a flower shop.
After weeks of closure due to the Corona pandemic, Berlin cinemas will finally be allowed to reopen on 30 June
to be continued
I think the bankruptcy vulture is hovering over this popular tourist spot, because usually there have been lots of tourists sitting here in the early evening
In Berlin, in some restaurants you have to fill out a form in order to be able to find out later whether you are infected or have had contact with other infected guests.
Thank you for being our guest today
Even if many people no longer pay attention to the distance rules, they are still important. The numbers in Berlin have risen again.
Who's gonna buy a T-shirt like that? Maybe not those who have lost relatives or friends in this crisis.
Even this old-established business, which I passed by so often as a child, has to close now. A business that had been in existence since 1916.
These are the rules: Visitor counters - when coming in, use pegs. No pegs there? Then the garden is full! Please, have a little patience.
Our urban garden is open again
The crowdfunding initiative #HilfeErleben wants to draw attention to the current plight of experiential education providers and save the association EVEO e.V. from being wiped out by the corona crisis. The raft is supposed to be a cry for help to the education policy in Berlin. They want to live on the raft until the association is saved.
The raft on the river Spree
Dank Corona will ein Warenhauskonzern mehrere Häuser in Deutschland schließen. Mitarbeiter und Kunden protestieren gegen die Schließung und die Entlassung vieler hundert Menschen in Berlin.
Unser Stadtteil braucht das Warenhaus
© Monika von Wegerer