SPD announces decision on compulsory vaccination in the next few weeks



According to the SPD, the planned traffic light coalition wants to decide on mandatory vaccinations in nursing homes and other facilities with risk groups “in the next few weeks”.

Berlin – According to the SPD, the planned traffic light coalition wants to decide “in the next few weeks” about compulsory vaccinations in nursing homes and other facilities with risk groups. This was announced by the parliamentary manager of the SPD parliamentary group, Carsten Schneider, on Tuesday in Berlin. In the ranks of the partners there are supporters, but also “some whose opinion has not yet been formed”. Schneider promised: “We will devote ourselves to the question of compulsory vaccination for special facilities.” But since it amounts to a professional ban for unvaccinated people, careful consideration must be made with health protection.

Schneider rejected demands for further improvements to the planned amendment to the Infection Protection Act. Baden-Württemberg is pushing for a permanent legal basis for exit restrictions, as the German Press Agency learned from government circles in Stuttgart. Schneider countered that exit restrictions and complete company or school closings should no longer be possible with the planned changes to the Infection Protection Act. Exit restrictions are a “fuzzy means”. Schneider pointed out that countries could take other measures and that tests in the workplace and in schools should also ensure safety. (dpa)


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