Six thousand people who party, then party, dance, make up for what we have all been missing in the last few months, these are actually current pictures from England. It’s been so long since there was such a thing. It didn’t feel like it was going to happen again either. It is indescribable. This festival in Liverpool is considered a pilot project. A negative test was a prerequisite for admission. The event was possible because Great Britain’s infection numbers are falling significantly and the strategy is showing success. Fifty percent of the Bri have received their first vaccination, it is celebrated. This headline will also reach us from Great Britain at the weekend. Beer is running out in the pubs. The demand for beer clearly exceeded the forecasts. Messages that we are currently still dreaming of. Nevertheless, the pictures from Great Britain give a little foretaste of what it could hopefully look like here again soon. In other countries, too, the signs point to easing, which in the USA is reopening its doors after more than a year at Disneyland. Social life is also returning in Hungary. Thirty-five percent received the primary vaccination here. Anyone who has recovered or has been vaccinated can go back to the theater or the gym. I would have waited for it, but now it is. Being able to have a drink or a coffee feels right. It feels like freedom. With us, too, a little bit of normality is getting rolling again. In any case, the roller coaster in Heide Bad Soltau has been rolling again since Saturday, a negative PCR test is an admission requirement and a mask must be worn in the rides. And I was also happy because it’s boring at home. That brings back a bit of normalcy. There will soon be even more normality for those who have been vaccinated. Health Minister Jens Spahn announced today that the federal government is planning to relax those who have been vaccinated and that a corresponding ordinance should be initiated this week. Vaccinated persons would then be exempt from exit and contact restrictions. The EU also wants to make it easier for them to enter the country. Twenty-eight percent of Germans have received their first vaccination and as the vaccination rate increases, the party atmosphere, beer mood and freedom should return to s.