Girls and diamonds. Cheese and wine. Garlic bread and butter. Facebook and status updates. Mercedes and the fastest lap in Formula 1. The Finns and Sauna. Indians and Wedding! All seem to be perfect match. All go well together. Except what doesn’t in the contemporary scheme of things, especially in the country described as the strongman of Europe are unvaccinated people. Rather what must be said in that regard is the presence of the unvaccinated in Germany.
And why not? Why should those who are the unvaccinated in Germany have it all smooth and easy? After all, are they not putting a sort of burden or difficulty on the rest of the society?
While surely, there’s sound logic in the fact that your body, at the end of the day, is yours and therefore, the right to have anything done to it- must rest with you. But then, if such a thing does not happen, when such a free right finds itself challenged during unanticipated times such as the pandemic, then what does what do?
Truth be told, had things back in Germany would have all been smooth and easy, then surely there would not have been such as thing as the quasi lockdown, which is currently in place, as described by the health minister Jens Spahn- right?
Having said that, in a bid to take staunch measures against those who aren’t vaccinated in Germany, the powers that be are sort of deciding to keep this lot off public life and related spheres.
Therefore, keeping the above in mind, it appears that by February 2022, vaccinations in the country could actually become mandatory.
Neither those will be allowed to step in who haven’t got themselves inoculated by the vaccines, nor will the country allow any special or choicest treatment to those who are unvaccinated in Germany!
Things are tense in the country at the moment and this is true with there being no confusions whatsoever. As on date, the nation renowned for its prowess in automobile engineering, Formula 1, and the land known for its penchant toward engineering, beer and punctuality has lost no fewer than 1,00,000 on account of the treacherous COVID 19 virus.
Having said the above, the BBC noted the current situation in Deutschland as one that is going to be stricter by the day especially for those who are unvaccinated in Germany by stating the following:
Mrs Merkel said hospitals were stretched to the point of patients having to be moved to different areas for treatment. “The fourth wave must be broken and this has not yet been achieved.”
“Given the situation, I think it is appropriate to adopt compulsory vaccination,” she said, while making clear that this would have to be approved by parliament.
Her successor Olaf Scholz, who is expected to take over as chancellor next Wednesday, had already said he backed the move, which would come a few weeks later than a similar Austrian law. Berlin Mayor Michael Müller said the vast majority of Covid cases were down to unvaccinated people.
Having said that, one’s not quite sure how spectacular would the ending of the year and the coming into the new year be for one of the world’s most illustrious nations ever.