The mandatory vaccination announced by the German chancellor Olaf Scholz has become one of the delicate political affairs in the country and standard of the first battle of the conservative opposition against the tripartite formed by Social Democrats, green and liberal.
Scholz was intended to implement mandatory vaccination in February or March, but that calendar becomes increasingly unlikely to the differences of coalition partners. Proof of this is that tripartite has buried the plans to work on a single bill leaving the initiative in the hands of groups or deputies. It is a cover model that would give freedom of vote to the deputies and would exempt its acronyms of the responsibility of promoting a measure that does not enjoy with the approval of the whole population and raises ethical issues.
For the main block of opposition, formed by the Christianodemocratic Union (CDU) and the Bavarian Social-Christian Union (CSU), the inability of government parties to arrive agreements in Parliament is not a good symptom and has demanded the Government to take the initiative.
"If parliamentary groups fail to agree, the Executive must advance a legislative project. If the Scholz Chancellor does not really believe that mandatory vaccination is a way of sacrising from the pandemic, it must act without delay and explain how it plans to do it", Affirms the CDU.
The Greens, the second largest party in the coalition, have accused the CDU / CSU of Praxis Politics. "I call the conservatives so that they do not sacrifice their social responsibility with the tactics of the party," said Janosch Dahmen deputy.
For the Secretary General of the Social Democratic Party (SPD), Kevin Kühnert, the delay of the law for compulsory vaccination is only due to the complexity of the issue. "The parliamentary groups need more time, that's all," says Kühnert, who is in question if it is in favor or against mandatory vaccination responds that "I have not yet decided the meaning of my vote".
Meanwhile, the demonstrations against the restrictions imposed on the unvaccinated and the perspectives of a mandatory vaccination occur throughout the country. 30% of the German population remains without being vaccinated.
The Government has already approved a law that makes compulsory vaccination for health workers and care in elderly residences. These groups have time until March.
Until now, the road to stop the pandemic chosen by the Chancellor Scholz is that of the restrictions, which de facto, supposes the segregation of the society between vaccinated and not vaccinated. To encourage vaccination without having to impose it by law, chancellor and "länder" agreed on past, restricting access to bars, restaurants and all kinds of cultural events to people with Covid certificate. The measure will be implanted at the federal level, but a date was not set at the meeting.
Regarding private contacts, meetings between vaccinated and healed up to ten people are maintained. For others, limitation is two people from another family unit.
Meanwhile, the cumulative incidence of cases of Covid-19 in seven days again rose again in Germany until at the age of 38, per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 24 hours, according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). There are 45,690 new cases in a day, which accumulate at 30,561 on the eve.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the RKI has accounted for 7,581,381 infections tested by SARS-COV-2 and 114,351 deaths due to a SARS-COV-2 infection or related to it.Updated Date: 11 January 2022, 12:29