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As in Singapore: will unvaccinated people soon have to pay for the treatment themselves in Germany?

In Singapore, unvaccinated corona patients will soon have to contribute to the treatment costs. Would that also be a way for Germany? That's what experts say about the idea.

Hamburg – The city-state of Singapore is known for its strict rules. For example, drug use or trafficking threatens the death penalty, while in Singapore you risk astronomical fines for carelessly throwing chewing gum or cigarette butts on public streets and squares. Now the Asian microstate is also going extreme ways in the fight against Corona: From December 8, all unvaccinated Corona patients will be at least partially billed for the treatment costs. An idea for Germany too?
24hamburg.de * has summarized what experts say about the Singapore Way.

The idea behind the Singaporean model is very simple: If the unvaccinated had been vaccinated, they would most likely have been spared a severe course and thus intensive treatment even after infection. By refusing to be vaccinated, so the legislature in Singapore sees it, unvaccinated patients make a difficult course and thus a more extensive treatment possible. And for this they should now contribute to the costs. * 24hamburg.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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