Germany delays its Covid-19 vaccine mandate
Germany’s plans to introduce a general vaccination mandate this spring are faltering, as a growing number of politicians question if it will find a majority in parliament.
The timetable that was meant to see a vaccine mandate passed in March has already begun to slip, as a Free Democratic party politician said his third-way motion proposing mandatory vaccinations for those aged 50 and over would be submitted with a delay.
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** This post was originally published on February 14, 2022 **