New restriction against non- vaccinated people in Germany

 


Angela Merkel described the new rules that will be applied in Germany against unvaccinated people as a  "national solidarity".


those who have been vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid will exclusively have the permission to go to leisure facilities, restaurants, shops....

According to the chancellor, vaccination could be obligatory by february 2022, as Germany's fourth wave of Covid is the most severe wave that hit the country since 2019, with approximately 388 dead cases  recorded in the last 24 hours.

Growing concerns over the spread of the Omicron variant is also a reason why the government is opting for the new restrictions. EU health officials predicted that in the following months, Omicron would be responsible for half of the Covid19 cases.

Mrs Merkel said hospitals were overloaded to the point that many patient had to be relocated to other treatment facilities.."

"Given the situation, I think it is appropriate to adopt compulsory vaccination," she said, while making clear that this would have to be approved by parliament.

Bellow, a sum up of restrictions approved by Germany's 16 states and federal leaders:

  • Unvaccinated people will be limited to meetings with their own household and two other people.
  • The 2G rule will be enforced at restaurants and cultural venues and non-essential shops.
  • Clubs will shut in areas where 350 cases have been recorded per 100,000 people in the past seven days - the national rate is over 400
  • Up to 30 million vaccinations will be carried out by Christmas - first, second or boosters.
  • Outdoor events, including Bundesliga football, will have limited crowds of 15,000 and 2G rules.
  • Fireworks on New Year's Eve will be banned.

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