CDU politician Friedrich Merz is campaigning for a consistent 2G regulation. Those who have not been vaccinated or recovered should be able to “only go to the pharmacy, the supermarket and the doctor”.
Berlin – In view of the fourth corona wave, the CDU politician Friedrich Merz has spoken out in favor of an extensive lockdown for unvaccinated people.
Those who have not been vaccinated or recovered should “only be able to go to the pharmacy, the supermarket and the doctor,” said Merz to the editorial network in Germany. Such a regulation is proportionate and could also be implemented immediately. The former CDU / CSU parliamentary group leader is applying for the chairmanship of the CDU again after two failed attempts.
Merz: No access to the job for unvaccinated people
Merz pointed out that employees without a vaccination would no longer be able to work in the event of such a lockdown. “With consistent 2G regulation, access to the company and the workplace would only be possible for vaccinated and genesis-based people – with all the consequences.” more in the Bundestag, no more unvaccinated students in the lecture hall. “
Merz, on the other hand, was again skeptical about compulsory vaccinations. “I am in favor of only making government orders if they can be enforced,” he said. dpa
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