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Germany facing issues on nationwide COVID restrictions

Germany is facing issues for the induction of nationwide coronavirus restrictions as the number of cases surge.

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Germany is facing issues for the induction of nationwide coronavirus restrictions as the number of cases surge.

The third wave of the coronavirus has taken over not just the country but the world. It has further extended to the tightening of the restrictions. Fifty-three percent of Germans have said they would like to see the government setting the rules without the support of the 16 states.

Angela Merkel is in favor to tighten the restrictions in the cities with more corona cases. However, other officials have criticized the chancellor’s move. The interior minister, Horst Seehofer, said a nationwide approach was the only way for the country to effectively fight the virus’s spread.

Chancellor was also criticized when she announced to impose more restrictions during Easter. The Robert Koch Institute reported 8,500 new infections, and there is a possibility of more cases in the future. Soon after the Easter celebrations, 50 deaths were reported.

Germany is also on the mission to immunize the populace to the maximum. So far, 12% of Germans have received a first jab, and just over 5% are fully vaccinated. The campaign was, however, not so successful in treating children at private schools and people at work. The efficiency rate of the vaccine is not so good in the country. But the mission is still on.

The German government has for the first time started talking concretely of a correlation between being vaccinated and being granted more freedom to return to a pre-Covid-19 lifestyle, after data gathered by the RKI indicating that vaccinated people were unlikely to contribute to transmission.

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