Lambrecht assumes that the approval process will end on Friday and that benefits for those who have been vaccinated and recovered will apply as of the weekend. The government’s decision is faster than expected.
German Health Minister Jens Spahn spoke on Monday that the government would be examined by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government on Wednesday. Meanwhile, a number of states rose independently of the federal government.
Step into the normal position
“It’s an important step back to normal,” Lambrecht said. The proposal assumes that vaccination and a full recovery will no longer need negative tests if they want to use services that require analysis. This applies to stores that do not sell daily necessities or hairdressers. Vaccination and recovery will also not be subject to nighttime restrictions or restrictions on the number of participants in private meetings. However, those considered immune will still be required to wear ventilators.
Fully vaccinated vaccines will benefit from an EU approved vaccine. That means two doses of Pfizer / BioNTech, AstraZeneca and Moderna, and one dose of Johnson & Johnson. At least 2 weeks should have elapsed since the final dose. Healing will show a positive PCR test result, indicating that they are infected. This positive test must be at least 28 days old and no more than half a year old.