Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder put forward a proposal for mandatory vaccination of nursing home employees and started a heated debate for and against this measure. Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn is strongly opposed to compulsory or compulsory coronavirus vaccination for medical staff.
“Within the walls of the Bundestag, I gave my word: there will be no mandatory vaccination in this pandemic,” Spahn told Deutschlandfunk. “We are betting on informing the population,” the minister stressed.
Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder raised the issue that there are too many people who refuse coronavirus vaccines among nursing home staff. In this regard, the politician invited the German Ethics Council to study the issue of whether the introduction of compulsory vaccination is legitimate. And if so, for which population groups.
Spahn described the discussion as untimely. “Three or four days ago, the issue of the alleged shortage of the vaccine was sharply discussed, and now we are talking about mandatory vaccination, which can be introduced only if vaccines are available in abundance,” the politician summed up.
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