Unvaccinated Germans could soon face severe and crippling punishments from Merkel’s government, including losing the ability to enter restaurants, cinemas and shops.
Amid a new Covid-19 wave in Germany, a top aide to the German Chancellor warned that vaccinated Germans will “definitely have more freedom” than their unvaccinated counterparts.
Germany must brace itself for a surge in Covid-19 cases, Helge Braun, Merkel’s chief of staff, told Bild on Sunday. “The number of new infections is increasing even faster than in the previous waves. That worries me very much,” Braun hysterically warned.
Rt.com reports: The official said Germany could reach 100,000 daily infections in just nine weeks, and this would likely prompt the government to take drastic measures.
“If we have a high rate of infection despite our testing procedures then the unvaccinated will have to reduce their contacts,” Braun said. This would mean that unvaccinated people would not be allowed to go to restaurants, cinemas, or stadiums, even if they were tested, simply because “the risk to everyone else is too high.”