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Germany provided benefits for the vaccinated and treated virus.  But according to the half of the people, the concessions soon came Aeroslas

Germany provided benefits for the vaccinated and treated virus. But according to the half of the people, the concessions soon came Aeroslas

In May, Germany provided benefits for a complete and hospitalized COVID-19 vaccination. Starting Sunday, they are not subject to a nightly curfew, quarantine, or grouping restrictions, and that sums up the German branch of The Local. People who have received two doses of the vaccine can go to stores and other institutions without having to prove themselves with a negative test like everyone else.



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German Chancellor Angela Merkel Source: Profimedia

Under this provision, which has been in effect for a long time, all regions in Germany with more than 100 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants must impose a night curfew for the past seven days and order that people be allowed to see only one person from another person’s household during the day.

Listen to a selection of foreign press, prepared by Gita Zbavitelova

However, areas with less infection may contain stores, restaurants, cinemas, and other areas open to anyone who tests negative, he remembers. the local.

The new law provides equality for all those vaccinated with both doses, people who have suffered from Covid-19 in the past six months, and those with negative tests. Immune people no longer have to present a negative test to a hairdresser, museum, or zoo and instead show evidence of complete vaccination.

Likewise, they can collect things without any restrictions at night and do not need to be quarantined when they come into contact with the infected person. Isolation after returning from abroad is not mandatory for them either, unless they are identified as high-risk in the country.

However, immunocompromised people should also continue to wear the hijab and maintain spacing. German Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht described the new measures as an important step, because, among other things, residents of nursing homes can communicate freely.

The FDP wanted more than that

But not all politicians supported the change. The Free Democratic Party (FDP) abstained from voting in the Bundestag because, according to it, the new law does not go far enough.

Kristen Achenberg-Dognus, a health policy expert at FDP, reportedly does not understand why restrictions continue to apply to those who have been vaccinated in hotels, entertainment areas, or at cultural events.


Německo upravilo podmínky karantény. Z Česka a dalších rizikových oblastí bude stačit negativní test


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Podle ní také neexistuje důvod, proč by imunní lidé nemohli týmově sportovat nebo nesměli do interiéru restaurace.

Do středy bylo v Německu naočkováno oběma dávkami skoro 10 procent obyvatel a přes 33 procent dostalo jednu dávku, informuje německý The Local.

Není na privilegia brzy?

Podle nejnovějšího průzkumu agentury ARD-Deutschlandtrend však výhody pro očkované a vyléčené odmítá 40 procent Němců, píše server The Local v jiném článku. Lidem se nelíbí zejména to, že pro imunní neplatí zákaz vycházení a omezení shromažďování.

I když 55 procent respondentů výhody schvaluje, nesouhlasí s jejich načasováním – podle většiny je na ně ještě příliš brzy. Celých 51 procent soudí, že privilegia by měla přijít, až se bude moci naočkovat více lidí.

V Německu se očkuje podle očíslovaných skupin, z nichž jsou v současnosti na řadě osoby starší šedesáti let a chronicky nemocní. Minulý čtvrtek však země nabídla očkování vakcínou od firmy AstraZeneca bez ohledu na pořadník všem, kdo o ni mají zájem, připomíná německá odnož evropského serveru The Local.

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