German Of The Day: Verweilverbot

That means, a ban on lingering. Pausing. Sitting on a park bench. Standing still and looking at trees. Stuff like that.

Verweilverbot

That is now forbidden in German cities like Düsseldorf because Big Brother is from the government and is here to help. To help you not spread the Coronavirus. I’m not making this up, people. If the people from the Ordnungsamt (Office of Order) see you sitting on a bench there admiring the Rhine or something you can and will be fined. Can’t wait for the new immunity passes to come out!

Verweilverbot: Nicht alle halten sich dran.

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