The AfD parliamentary group leader Alice Weidel, who herself suffered from Covid-19, considers access restrictions for unvaccinated people and other general anti-corona measures to be exaggerated.
Berlin – The AfD parliamentary group chairman Alice Weidel, who herself suffered from Covid-19, considers access restrictions for unvaccinated people and other general anti-corona measures to be exaggerated. “The Ampel coalitionists have full-bodied announced that the” epidemic situation “will expire,” said Weidel, according to a spokesman on Tuesday. However, this will be completely undermined by the measures now planned by the SPD, Greens and FDP. “Instead of giving the citizens back their own responsibility, red-green-yellow also resort to excessive measures, such as arbitrary contact restrictions and mandatory vaccination through the back door,” criticized the member of the Bundestag.
Weidel, who is currently in quarantine, called for the focus to be placed on particularly vulnerable groups – protection concepts, especially for old people’s homes, are a decisive step in this regard. In addition, the hospitalization rate must be used as a new measure, as announced by the outgoing federal government in the summer. Instead, politics and the media mainly referred to the “actually long outdated number of new infections”. (dpa)