Germany : Unvaccinated people to be banned from most of public life

Germany : Unvaccinated people to be banned from most of public life

Germany : Unvaccinated people to be banned from most of public life

Germany will soon ban unvaccinated people from certain facets of public life, which includes access to non essential stores, restaurants, sports, and cultural venues, as the country looks to introduce a general vaccine mandate as part of efforts to curb further spread Covid-19.

As per the new rules, a household with an unvaccinated person over 14 years of age can meet only two people from another household. There will be no limit for households in which everyone is vaccinated. The unvaccinated people in Germany will still be allowed to meet in private settings, but only in limited numbers. 

Clubs will shut in areas where 350 cases have been recorded per 100,000 people in the past seven days – the national rate is over 400

Only those who have been vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid will be allowed in restaurants, cinemas, leisure facilities and many shops. Germany plans to complete 30 million vaccinations by the end of the year.

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