Despite the negative dynamics of the incidence of coronavirus infection in the country, the head of the Social Democratic Party, future German Chancellor Olaf Scholz rejects the need to introduce a new lockdown. On Thursday, November 25, the newspaper reported Bild…
It is noted that, having become the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Scholz can impose restrictions on coronavirus associated with holding large public events for both vaccinated and unvaccinated citizens, but he sees the introduction of a full-scale lockdown inappropriate.
For the announcement of the two-week lockdown was made by the Minister of the Office of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Helge Braun. He believes that the new ruling coalition of Germany should pass a law on protection against infections, otherwise strict quarantine rules will come into force with regard to the federal states with a high COVID-19 prevalence index.
Brown’s plans to enter a lockdown are not supported by the head of the FDP in Germany, Christian Lindner, who will hold the post of finance minister in the Cabinet.
On November 24, it became known that the meeting of the Bundestag, at which Olaf Scholz will be elected as the new German chancellor, will take place no later than December 8.
On November 18, Acting German Chancellor Angela Merkel held a meeting with the heads of the federal states, following which measures were approved to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. In particular, three levels of occupancy of clinics (3,6,9) are being introduced in the country, in connection with them certain restrictions will be approved.
A day earlier, Merkel called the situation with the spread of coronavirus in Germany critical.
She stressed that in recent weeks Germany has recorded the highest incidence of COVID-19 for the entire period of the pandemic. In addition, she outlined the need to continue vaccination and to motivate the population to get vaccinated.
Against the backdrop of a worsening epidemiological situation, the Russian authorities are urging residents to get vaccinated in order to protect their health and take care of their loved ones. Citizens are vaccinated for free. Five vaccines against coronavirus have been registered in the country: Sputnik V, which became the first vaccine against COVID-19 in the Russian Federation and the world, as well as Sputnik Light, EpiVacCorona, EpiVacCorona-N and KoviVak.
All relevant information on the situation with the coronavirus is available on the websites stopcoronavirus.rf and access to all.rf, as well as by the hashtag #WeVeTogether. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.
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