German Lawmakers Debate Restrictions on Unvaccinated Citizenson December 2, 2021 at 1:39 pm

German lawmakers on Thursday are set to debate new measures that, if passed, would block citizens’ access to non-essential stores if they are not vaccinated against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. The new rules will be discussed by outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel and finance minister Olaf Scholz along with regional premiers of Germany’s 16 states. Scholz, who is expected to be elected chancellor next week, said on Tuesday that he backs a general COVID-19 vaccination mandate, but favors letting lawmakers vote according to their personal conscience rather than party lines on the matter. If the proposed regulations get through, unvaccinated Germans will be barred from access to almost all businesses, except for essential businesses such as grocery stores and pharmacies. Other proposals include adding a maximum limit of two people from another household to meet each other, as well as requiring COVID-19 shots for health care workers. According to a draft …

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