NewsBraun wants restrictions for non-vaccinated people

Braun wants restrictions for non-vaccinated people

The number of corona cases in Germany is increasing. Chancellery chief Braun now wants to increase the pressure on non-vaccinated people. He thinks restrictions for non-vaccinated people make sense.

Berlin – “Vaccinated people will definitely have more freedom than unvaccinated people,” Braun told Bild am Sonntag . In the event of a high infection rate despite test concepts *, unvaccinated people would have to reduce their contacts. “This can also mean that certain offers such as restaurant, cinema and stadium visits would no longer be possible even for those who have not been vaccinated because the residual risk is too high.”

The state has a duty to protect the health of its citizens, Braun told the newspaper. “This includes a health system that does not have to postpone cancer and joint operations again in winter to treat corona patients.” The doctor added: “And that includes protecting those who are not vaccinated.”

Braun warns of 100,000 new infections every day

According to BamS, the head of the Chancellery fears an increase in the incidence to 850 and thus 100,000 new infections daily by the federal election on September 26. The number of corona cases in Germany is increasing – the incidence continues to climb on Sunday.

“The sick leave would reach historic highs. All unvaccinated contact persons of the many infected people would first have to be in quarantine. ”The effects on the work processes in the companies would be massive, as can already be observed in Great Britain. (afp) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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