Most reinfections occurred within six months. During this period infected 903 people got a second time with the pathogen. That is a rate of 0.13 percent reinfections within six months after the first infection. The proportion of vaccine breakthroughs at the end of September was 0.26 percent and 13,783 affected people in around 5.3 million fully immunized, similar to that of reinfections within a year, the NEOS emphasized to the APA.
The NEOS therefore advocate that the convalescence must continue to be on an equal footing with those who have been vaccinated. “In addition, widespread antibody tests are finally needed, especially for those who cannot be vaccinated. This also includes pupils under the age of twelve, ”appealed NEOS health spokesman Gerald Loacker. “And we continue to demand that those who have not yet been vaccinated are proactively assigned a vaccination appointment by the federal or state governments,” the statement said.
Mückstein stated in the answer to the question: “At the moment, in many areas of daily life, there is a regulation that people must show evidence of a low epidemiological risk. At the present time, proof of vaccination, recovery or current negative testing is included in this regulation in most areas. Currently, a 1G regulation (meaning that only proof of vaccination is valid as evidence of a low epidemiological risk) is not planned. “