Covid-19: Brinkhaus calls for debate on the rights of vaccinated people

(GermanPolicy.com) – The chairman of the Union parliamentary group in the German Bundestag, Ralph Brinkhaus (CDU), has called for a change of perspective with regard to the debate about improvements in Corona vaccinations. “What I am currently witnessing is that the vaccinated are angry with the non-vaccinated,” he said. The question must be asked whether the non-vaccinated do not actually limit the life of the vaccinated. Hence, the rights of the vaccinated should be discussed.

Brinkhaus also said that he assumed that in the future, hotels, clubs and event organizers would only allow vaccinated people. Brinkhaus appealed to return to life before the Corona pandemic – despite the necessary caution: “A residual risk will remain, but we will have to deal with it.”

Meanwhile, the board of directors of the Federation of German Consumer Organizations, Klaus Müller, has spoken out for unvaccinated people to pay the costs for Corona rapid tests out of their own pocket, in the future. He made that statement according to media reports. “The state has to use money for the tasks that are really necessary. And these are not free tests for people who do not want to be vaccinated even though they could,” Müller affirmed.

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