The head of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) Olaf Scholz, who will become the country’s chancellor, opposed the new lockdown. This is reported by the Bild edition. RIA News…
At the same time, Scholz is ready to extend restrictions on holding major events, both for vaccinated and unvaccinated citizens. According to the likely future head of the Ministry of Finance Christian Lindner, existing measures, including the law on infectious protection, have not yet been exhausted.
It is noted that for the introduction of a lockdown for two weeks, the Minister of the Office of the Federal Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Helge Braun spoke out. However, the authorities of some federal states and parties from the new German government did not agree with this.
On November 24, the Robert Koch Institute reported that a record number of COVID-19 diseases – 66,884 new cases – were recorded in Germany per day. In total, since the beginning of the pandemic, almost 5.5 million cases of infection and more than 99 thousand deaths associated with the infection have been registered in the country.
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