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Rejected: Despite the closure, no compensation for Pinzgauer bed and breakfast

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In March 2020 it was said: All accommodation providers must close. The owner of a bed and breakfast was flashed in court. Reason: It was not meant.


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The guests in Salzburg had to leave in mid-March 2020 because the corona virus was on the rise. Compensation under the Epidemic Act is by no means available for all accommodation establishments. Several disputes now end up in court.

On the evening of March 12, 2020 – it was the beginning of the first wave of the corona pandemic – the events in Salzburg rolled over. Throughout the day, the state government initially stated that the ski areas would remain open. A few hours later, Governor Wilfried Haslauer invited industry representatives to a crisis discussion. And then came the U-turn. At 9 p.m. the decision was announced that the winter season would end early and all ski areas and hotels would have to close. A day later spoke …

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Retrieved on September 27, 2021 at 05:12 am on https://www.sn.at/salzburg/politik/abgelehnt-trotz-verbindung-keine-entschaedigung-fuer-pinzgauer-fruehstueckspension-110025358

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