On ZDF: Bavaria's Markus Söder promises those who have been vaccinated more freedom than those who have not been vaccinated.
And the CSU politician speaks out on the subject of lockdown.
Munich - In midsummer it is the big debate in the coronavirus pandemic in Germany: In the Federal Republic of Germany, people who have been vaccinated twice against corona will be allowed more than those who have not been vaccinated or those who do not want to be vaccinated in the first place.
Commonly also called vaccinator refusers.
Markus Söder: Corona-vaccinated people get more freedom than non-vaccinated people
Bavaria's Prime Minister Markus Söder now became
. Specifically: The CSU politician has twice promised citizens vaccinated against the coronavirus “maximum rights”, while in the future he no longer wants the state to pay for the Covid-19 tests for those who refuse to be vaccinated. From the point at which every person in Germany has received a vaccination offer.
According to the original plan of the Federal Government of Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), this should be the case sometime in mid-September.
“We don't want a lockdown anymore.
Anyone who is second vaccinated must have access to shops, regardless of the incidence, ”said the 54-year-old Franconian.
This means, for example: When visiting stadiums in football or cultural events, in the medium and long term, “vaccinated persons should no longer be counted”.
In the case of people vaccinated against the coronavirus twice, it would be "constitutionally and no longer justified by the Basic Law to impose the same restrictions," said the Bavarian state chief from Munich.
In the video: Markus Söder calls for clear corona rules for autumn
At the same time, he called for clear corona rules for Germany in view of the expectation that the number of infections will rise again in autumn.
"We must not be surprised again, now we need clear rules and we have to be prepared," said Söder and vehemently demanded "maximum rights for second vaccinated people, because we want to increase willingness to vaccinate".
Markus Söder: Bavaria's Prime Minister names the condition for the end of the corona measures
Söder continues to reject a possible vaccination requirement. "Of course we have to increase the vaccination rate by promoting vaccination," he said. Citizens must be explained “that vaccination is associated with more rights. That is the incentive to get vaccinated ”. Söder also calculated when the corona restrictions in Germany could at best come to an end. In fact, if the “vaccinations are at 85 percent, we don't need any more measures”. Now it is a matter of making it clear to everyone what it is about, said Söder: "This honesty helps us a lot to increase acceptance."