In Germany, too, in the middle of the fourth wave, a debate about a general vaccination requirement broke out like in Austria. The Bavarian CSU boss Markus Söder is currently calling for them. You, the future government coalition, cannot win anything from such a step. You categorically exclude him.
For example, SPD Foreign Minister Heiko Maas now told the TV broadcaster of the “Bild” newspaper regarding a general corona vaccination requirement: “There will be no such thing.” His reasoning: “Because we do not consider it necessary, because we also consider it difficult from a constitutional point of view.”
The FDP health politician Christine Aschenberg-Dugnus criticized Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder for his proposal for a corona vaccination. “The general compulsory vaccination as a threat to put in the room does not help anyone,” she also told the “Bild” newspaper. “Especially the countries with dramatic Corona numbers should concentrate on expanding the vaccination offers as agreed and implementing the new Corona measures.”
CSU boss and Prime Minister Söder had previously advocated compulsory vaccination on Friday. “I believe that in the end we will not be able to avoid compulsory vaccination,” he said. “Otherwise it will be an endless loop with this crap corona.”