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US News Maas wants privileges for corona-vaccinated people

03:00  17 january  2021
03:00  17 january  2021 Source:   dw.com

Should opponents of vaccinations pay for their corona treatment themselves? Expert calls for tough sanctions for refusers

 Should opponents of vaccinations pay for their corona treatment themselves? Expert calls for tough sanctions for refusers Michael Hüther, director of the employer-related Institute of German Economy (IW) Cologne, calls for sanctions for people who do not want to be vaccinated without medical justification. That comes from a preliminary report of the weekly newspaper "Die Zeit". He could imagine that they should pay part of the costs as a "deductible" if they contract Covid-19 and need medical treatment. That said Hüther of the "Zeit" in the Thursday issue.

‘The Corona panic is a play. It’s a scam. A swindle. As we know the new COVID-19 disease appeared in China towards the end of 2019. Therefore it was named COVID-19 which is an acronym for Corona Virus Disease 2019.

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Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas (SPD) has joined the vaccination debate. As the first federal minister, he demanded: People with corona vaccination should be allowed to go to restaurants or cinemas earlier than others.

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"Vaccinated people should be able to exercise their basic rights again," Maas told "Bild am Sonntag". "It has not yet been finally clarified to what extent vaccinated people can infect others. What is clear, however, is that someone who has been vaccinated will no longer take a ventilator away from anyone. This means that at least one central reason for restricting basic rights is eliminated."

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Can the government compel people to take a COVID-19 vaccine ? Yes and no. Generally speaking, the federal government’s options to mandate vaccinations are circumscribed, according to Richard Hughes, managing director and vaccines leader at Avalere, a DC-based health care consultancy.

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Maas also remembered the operators of currently closed restaurants, cinemas, theaters and museums. "They have the right to reopen their businesses at some point if there is a possibility. And there is when more and more people are vaccinated. Because once there are only vaccinated people in the restaurant or cinema, they can no longer do so endanger each other. "

Interior Minister Seehofer sees it differently

The federal government had so far rejected the restoration of freedoms for vaccinated persons, also pointing out that it is not known whether they can infect others. A different type of corona is currently spreading from Great Britain and is considered extremely contagious. Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) had also warned of an impending split in society.

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Maas, who was previously Minister of Justice, contradicted: "Yes, that will lead to inequalities in a transitional period, but as long as there is an objective reason for it, it is constitutionally justifiable."

vaccination rate currently: around 1 percent

However, only a million people in Germany have been vaccinated so far, which corresponds to a good one percent of the population. Above all, they are very old people and those in need of care, as well as medical and nursing staff.

In view of the tense corona situation in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel and the state ministers will be advising on further restrictions to contain the pandemic next Tuesday. Among other things, a curfew and an obligation to work from home were discussed.

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Further course of the pandemic: Drosten fears up to 100,000 corona cases per day .
© Getty Images / Pool / Selection Christian Drosten, one of the most important virologists and consultants in the corona crisis, is very worried about the British virus mutation the further course of the pandemic. However, he also sees a "unique opportunity". The Berlin Charité professor Christian Drosten has "bad fears" what could happen in the spring and summer in Germany in the train of the Corona pandemic.

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