In the event of a new epidemic wave in GermanyRestriction measures to limit the circulation of Covid-19 will not apply to people who have received two doses of the vaccine. The statement was made by the Minister of Health, Jens Spahn, during a press conference on Friday (2).
office boss Angela Merkel, Helge Braun, previously stated this hypothesis on Thursday (1). “If people are vaccinated somewhere, they are not putting others at risk. There is no reason to reduce contacts in this case,” Brown told MDR Radio.
German Prime Minister Angela Merkel vaccinated against COVID-19
Germany’s health minister again on Friday asked Germans to get the full vaccination, not “content” with just one dose. “The higher the number of injections, the more favorable the fall,” he declared.
The German government and regions must follow the vaccination committee’s recommendation to complete the first dose of AstraZeneca with a Modera or Pfizer/BioNTech immunization device. “This combination generates a very high level of protection,” Spahn said, “including against the delta variant,” which already accounts for 70 to 80% of Covid-19 infections.
Six months after the start of the vaccination campaign, 55% of the population received at least one dose, which is about 46 million people. At least 37.3% of the population received two injections of immunization devices.
The World Health Organization warned, Thursday (1), of an imminent new wave of the virus, with the end of many anti-virus measures in European countries. Said Hans Kluge, director of the World Health Organization for the region, which includes a vast area 53 regions.
The World Health Organization attributes most of these cases to the delta variant, which appeared in India and is much more contagious, which will account for 90% of cases in the European Union (EU) by the end of August, the European Center for Diseases estimated last week for Control and Prevention (ECDC). “Despite the great efforts of member states, millions of people remain vulnerable,” Kluge recalls.