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Without restaurants and cinemas: in Germany, restrictions are being prepared for the unvaccinated




The head of the Office of the Federal Chancellor, Minister for Special Assignments of Germany Helge Braun said that the government allows the possibility of introducing coronavirus restrictions in the country for unvaccinated citizens from COVID-19.





This is reported by the Associated Press.

According to the official, those who have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus may be banned from going to restaurants, cinemas, or sports grounds because of the risk of the spread of the pandemic. He recalled the availability of vaccination in Germany and noted that citizens who have been immunized will have more freedom of action.

“In the case of a high level of infection... people who have not been vaccinated will have to minimize contact with others. It can also mean that... visits to restaurants, cinemas, and stadiums will no longer be available for the unvaccinated, " he said in an interview with Bild am Sonntag.

This comment caused a mixed reaction among German politicians.

Last week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the country can already begin preparing for the introduction of tougher measures to protect against COVID-19 due to the increase in cases of coronavirus.



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TAGS: GERMANY, CORONAVIRUS, COVID-19

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