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German parliament approves bill on freedoms for COVID vaccinated people

People who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from the coronavirus could soon enjoy fewer rules when shopping and meeting up with friends. Restrictions are one step closer to being dropped.

5 June 2021

DEUTSCHE WELLE — The German parliament on Thursday passed new rules that gives special privileges to people who have been vaccinated against or have recovered from the COVID-19.

The law is expected to pass the Bundesrat, the upper house, on Friday, potentially allowing the rules to come into force on Saturday.

What would the new rules mean?

Current curfews and contact restrictions will cease to apply to fully vaccinated or recovered people. This includes the lifting of restrictions on private meetings between eligible people. They would not count towards contact limits in meetings with other people.

In other areas — such as shopping or visiting the hairdresser — they will be treated the same as people who have tested negative. […]

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3 Comments on German parliament approves bill on freedoms for COVID vaccinated people

  1. The message being : ” Oh … you got the vaxx … attaboy / girl !!! … here’s a bone fer ya !!! ”

    If you’re a good taghead , you’ll be less locked up … for now … and pending …

  2. How ironic is it that the vaccinated seem to be causing the most and catching the most illness. Yet they’re the ones getting free passes. More insanity on display.

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