A large majority of Germans for a lockdown and compulsory vaccination

(GermanPolicy.com) – According to a Forsa survey, 65 percent of people in Germany are in favor of a lockdown with the closure of shops, clubs, and leisure facilities, exit and contact restrictions, as well as a ban on larger events. Even if the number of infections increases, 31 percent are against a general lockdown. According to the survey published on Tuesday, 71 percent of people in Germany agree with a general vaccination requirement. Only 26 percent are opposed to it.

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