With a joint and cross-party vaccination appeal, numerous elected officials from the Ebersberg district address the district's citizens via social networks.
- The “Please go vaccinate” campaign was initiated by Ebersberger constituency member Thomas Huber from Grafing: “Last week I read an interview with Dr.
Kreissl, our medical director of the Ebersberg district clinic, in which the rapid increase in unvaccinated patients in the Ebersberg district clinic was discussed.
I took this as an opportunity to bring this non-partisan campaign into being in order to convince together that vaccination saves lives ”, said the member of the CSU state parliament in Grafingen.
Appeal across party lines
In addition to the MEPs.
Angelika Niebler (CSU), in addition to District Administrator Robert Niedergesäß (CSU) and Bundestag member Andreas Lenz (CSU), Huber's colleague from the Landtag, Doris Rauscher (SPD) and the two District Councilors Susanne Linhart (CSU) and Ottilie Eberl (Greens) as well as numerous mayors from the district.
With different justifications, they jointly advertise in a uniform layout for being vaccinated and thus hope to be able to convince some skeptics in order to protect themselves and others.
Only 59 percent fully vaccinated
In the district of Ebersberg, only 59 percent of the population are currently fully vaccinated.
"We are a good four percentage points below the national average (63.6%) - there is still room for improvement here," Huber comments on the vaccination progress in the district and adds: "Every vaccination can prevent deaths."
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