In Germany, three percent of the population is vaccinated

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The vaccination campaign in Germany is clearly stalled. Now there is no vaccine, then it turns out that in nine lands those who did not have the right to do so were vaccinated. At the current time, about 3 percent of the population has received the coronavirus vaccine.

Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn says the first target – vaccination of all nursing home residents – will be achieved by mid-February. About six weeks after the start of the vaccination campaign, three percent of German residents were vaccinated, 1.5 percent of them received a second dose of the vaccine, the CDU politician said. Thus, 5.7 million doses of vaccine were delivered. By the end of next week, it will be eight million doses.

Regarding people who received the vaccine out of turn, regional authorities say that vaccines for people who are not in priority were given only when there was a vaccine left and it needed to be used urgently. A decision needs to be made on how to deal with the vaccine in such a case to avoid a recurrence of the situation.

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