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Germany moves to exclude the unvaccinated from public life

Germany imposes new Covid restrictions. Unvaccinated not permitted in most public places.

Where: Germany

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Germany’s federal and state leaders have decided to exclude unvaccinated people from many aspects of public life as a measure to break the new wave of Covid-19.

Only the vaccinated or those who have recently recovered from Covid will be allowed to enter restaurants, cinemas, shops, sports venues, and leisure facilities.

Some states already follow the “2G” policy – ‘genesen’ (recovered in the past six months) or ‘geimpft’ (vaccinated).

German Chancellor Angela Merkel stated, “The situation in our country is serious.”

The WHO Covid statistics report that there have been 5,977,208 confirmed cases of Covid contributing to 102,178 deaths so far in Germany.

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