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Germany rules out mandatory vaccination against Covid-19

Germany rules out mandatory vaccination against Covid-19

Berlin, Jul 27 (Prensa Latina) Amid a fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe, the German Government on Monday ruled out mandatory vaccination, but admitted the possible implementation of new epidemiological containment measures.
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We are seeking a mandatory vaccination by drastic methods. We want to do everything to prevent previous situations, Ulrike Demmer, a spokesperson for the German Government, said in reference to last year’s difficulties to contain the pandemic.

The current dynamics is alarming, since the number of contagions is growing, noted Demmer, who was quoted by Berlin television, in reference to the 75-percent increase in new cases in just one week.

This indicates that if this trend continues, it will be necessary to implement additional measures and then, we will have to think about what options we have and how to do it, the official explained.

Local media recalled that Chancellor Angela Merkel’s chief of staff, Helge Braun, recently admitted serious difficulties and limitations for those who have not been immunized against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which causes Covid-19.

Germany has accumulated more than 3,760,000 Covid-19 cases and 91,134 deaths since the pandemic broke out in the country in February 2020.

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