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The German minister against compulsory vaccination, comes out with the strong message: This will not happen!
Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Nëntor 2021
After Austria declared the obligation to vaccinate against the coronavirus, the German politicians of the future ruling coalition (social democrats, ecologists, liberal-democrats) exclude such a rule for Germany.
"This will not happen. We do not consider it necessary, because we think this is difficult even in terms of constitutional law," Social Democrat Heiko Maas, the foreign minister, told Bild live.
Liberal Democrat politician Christine Aschenberg-Dugnus criticized Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder for speaking out against the vaccination. "Using it as a threat to a general vaccination obligation does not help anyone," she told the Bild newspaper-Zeitung. "It is precisely the lands with dramatic numbers of Corona infections that need to be focused, as agreed, on expanding the supply of vaccination and implementing new measures against coronavirus."
Isolation measures will be imposed in Austria again on Monday, which also affects vaccinated people, and the regulation will be in force for a maximum of 20 days. While in February all citizens of a certain age should be fully vaccinated against coronavirus, otherwise they will be fined. Austria is the first EU country to take such strict measures against the background of the current wave of infection. The seven-day incidence of infections per 100,000 inhabitants on Friday in Austria was over 1000.
More and more federal states in Germany are tightening restrictive measures. In Germany the average value, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) is 362. According to these data, 63,924 new infections are registered within 24 hours, which means 19,000 more than a week ago. The hospitalization rate according to RKI is 5.34 per 100,000 inhabitants in seven days.
If the incidence of hospitalizations is 3 in a land the 2G regulation enters into force (vaccinated, or cured against COVID-19) only persons who prove this are allowed access to public activities. While with the incidence of 6 hospitalizations, the 2G rule applies, in order to have access to public activities, the vaccinated or the cured must also present a negative test for coronavirus.
Në landin Zarës (Saarland) dhe në Hamburg që nga e shtuna (20.11) ka hyrë në fuqi rregullorja 2G për hyrjen në mjediset e gastronomisë, në bare, klube e diskoteka, për aktivitete sportive si dhe në mjedise të mbyllura për koncerte, apo të tjera aktivitete të kohës së lirë. Bavaria të premten (19.11) vendosi që nga e hëna të hyjnë në fuqi masat e izolimit për të pavaksinuarit si dhe në zonat me kuotë të lartë infeksioni lockdown për të gjithë qytetarët. Në qarqet e këtij landi me një incidencë mbi 1000 do të mbyllen të gjitha mjediset e gastronomisë, hotelet, parukeritë, si dhe mjediet për aktivitete sportive e kulturore. Edhe në Saksoni kanë hyrë në fuqi masa të forta me kufizime.
RKI President Lothar Wieler again called for a reduction in physical contact throughout Germany. With such measures in countries with low infection rates there is a chance that this level will be maintained. Wieler also points out that the vaccination quota should continue to increase.
RKI mentions as a target that in summer at least 85 percent of the population aged 12 to 59 and 90 percent of the population aged 60 are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. "If the reduction of contacts is not enough and the number of vaccinated people does not increase," according to the current scheme of spreading the infection, a fifth wave of COVID may follow ", said Wieler./DW