At luther’s bratwursthausla the moss is very busy. Despite lockdown, one car after another stops in front of the bratwurst stand. The customers order and then take their food with them. "It’s a bit quieter today, but people are still coming", says gunter georg, who has been working for four years as a sausage fryer at the traditional luther butcher’s shop in neustadt.
As the neustadter reports, the first lockdown had a stronger effect on sales: "many craftsmen generally come during the lunch break – they were no longer customers during the lockdown in the spring. The businesses were closed because their occupations were not considered systemically important." georg is all the more relieved that the craftsmen were allowed to work this time despite the lockdown.