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How German policy is falling over the corona vaccination requirement

2021-11-26T12:13:40.484Z

The compulsory vaccination has long been declared a taboo. But now the numbers rose dramatically. Many politicians have to correct themselves; it's about the details of how a duty can be implemented.



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Vaccination center in Bremen

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