Will unvaccinated people soon be allowed much less than those vaccinated against corona and those who have recovered in Germany?
SPD man Karl Lauterbach strongly advocates 2G.
And he makes a forecast.
Munich - Will there be a “traffic light coalition” made up of the SPD, the Greens and the FDP after the federal election in 2021 (September 26th)?
There is already eager speculation that SPD man Karl Lauterbach could become the future Federal Minister of Health.
Then the Rhinelander, previously adviser to the Federal Government of Merkel IV, would have completely different options to have a say in the corona pandemic.
Unvaccinated in Germany: Karl Lauterbach advocates tightening the corona on 2G
Just a few days before the federal election, the 58-year-old MP again spoke out in favor of tightening the coronavirus rules for unvaccinated people.
"I am in favor of a much stricter introduction of 2G," said the SPD health expert
"And where it makes sense medically, of course there must be no arbitrariness." In his opinion, clubs, culture, football should and catering are only open to those who have recovered or have been vaccinated, which is what 2G stands for by definition.
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The so-called 3G rule currently applies in many places in Germany, according to which unvaccinated people can, so to speak, test themselves free and are also allowed to go to restaurants or taverns with proof of a negative corona test.
According to the SPD health expert, that should change soon.
Karl Lauterbach: 2G will come across Germany in the corona pandemic
There are also vaccinated people who would be infected with the coronavirus, Lauterbach said: "As a rule, however, they do not fall ill at all or only have a very mild course of the disease." Lauterbach believes that tightening up to 2G would result in more willingness to be vaccinated: " This is how you can convince the hesitant.
They then go along with them. ”As of Wednesday, September 22nd, according to
around 22 percent of adults in Germany who are capable of vaccination had not yet been vaccinated against Corona.
“The unvaccinated cannot claim to enjoy rights that are actually not medically justifiable,” said Lauterbach and predicted with conviction: “After the federal election there will be a new discussion about 2G anyway.
2G will come. "