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FLI again in Phase D
With the introduction in the state of Thuringia of a new corona early warning system, the local hospitalization rate and the Thuringia-wide utilization of intensive care beds will be taken into account as further indicators, in addition to the seven-day incidence in the event of rising corona infection numbers.
Based on these indicators of the Thuringian early warning system, the current warning level for Jena has been elevated to level 1. The FLI has therefore returned to Phase D of its emergency regulations, as of October 9, 2021.
Thus, the FLI guidelines for Phase D apply, including stricter rules regarding access to the FLI for day visitors and for guests intending to use FLI resources.
Should the warning level 1 be lifted again, or instead, a higher warning level for Jena be reached, we will respond immediately by implementing appropriate regulations.