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"Unfortunately, it's not over yet": immunologist Timo Ulrichs warns of a new corona wave

Timo Ulrichs warns against premature relaxation steps. In an interview, the immunologist, who grew up in Fulda, promotes a general obligation to vaccinate in order to get out of the “endless loop” of the corona waves, and supports RKI boss Lothar Wieler. Find out more here:

Fulda/Berlin – In an interview, the immunologist Timo Ulrichs warns of a possible Corona * wave in the fall. Vaccination coverage in Germany is still too low.
As fuldaerzeitung.de * reveals, the immunologist Timo Ulrichs considers the relaxation of the corona in Germany to be too fast.

“The sharp increase in the number of Covid-19 deaths in Denmark shows what an early and comprehensive opening can mean. Easing is possible in the descending part of the omicron wave, but should be done gradually with the option of withdrawing parts of it again if it turns out that individual opening steps broaden the omicron wave and thus delay a transition to a low-incidence phase,” he says in the interview . Precisely in view of the spreading BA.2 subtype, caution should be exercised. *fuldaerzeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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