Foreign Minister Heiko Maas made a proposal to provide privileges to residents of the country who have been vaccinated against coronavirus. According to the minister, those vaccinated against the coronavirus should be allowed to visit restaurants, theaters and cinemas earlier than others.
This will allow a number of establishments to open as soon as possible. And citizens will be able to exercise their rights. However, this proposal drew a lot of criticism. The German Ministry of Health believes that there can be no privileges for the vaccinated.
The Federal Ministry of Health opposes a proposal by Foreign Minister Heiko Maas to allow vaccinated people to relax restrictive measures to combat the pandemic. “Interference with constitutional rights must always be well founded,” a spokesman for the Ministry of Health told dpa. “But until it is clear whether a vaccinated person can transmit the virus, there can be no exceptions.”
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