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Berlin — In Germany, there will probably be no general corona vaccination from 18 years. The supporters of a corresponding bill announced today in Berlin at short notice to postpone their project for the time being.

They justified this step with the lack of prospects of success in the decisive vote in the Bundestag next Thursday. Now there is to be a compromise. Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) welcomed the new proposal.

The previous supporters of a mandatory corona vaccination for all adults wanted to introduce an amendment to the Bundestag on Thursday, announced the deputy chairwoman of the SPD faction, Dagmar Schmidt. “We don’t want to wait until the fall, when the next wave of infections becomes visible,†she explained. That is why this compromise proposal has now been drawn up.

In detail, the new bill stipulates that all citizens over 50 years of age must provide proof of vaccination for three individual vaccinations as of October 1. Health insurers are to play a central role in the collection process. All adults under the age of 50 will have to provide proof of at least one vaccination consultation by then. In the fall, the Bundestag is also expected to decide on extending the mandatory corona vaccination to 18- to 49-year-olds.

In addition, the preparation of a vaccination registry, which the CDU/CSU in particular is pushing for in the Bundestag, is to begin quickly. For this purpose, the data to be collected in connection with compulsory vaccination will be used anyway. A quarterly evaluation of the law, which is limited until the end of 2023, is planned.

The parliamentary group, which also includes Janosch Dahmen, Till Steffen (both Greens), Dirk Wiese, Heike BaeÂhrens (both SPD), Katrin Helling-Plahr and Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann (both FDP), has thus taken up suggestions from CDU politicians and hopes to obtain a majority with the compromise proposal.

Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD), who like Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) is in favor of compulsory vaccination from the age of 18, spoke today of a “very good compromise.â It takes up the most important from all proposals for mandatory vaccination. “The central point is that we immediately protect the elderly. In addition, we can react to a worsening of the pandemic situation and then also protect the young,†Lauterbach emphasized.

There are also plans to set up a vaccination register, as the CDU wanted. “Everyone who wants compulsory vaccination can find themselves here. But anyone who votes against it risks lockdowns and suffering again in the fall,†Lauterbach said.

Lauterbach talks Union into the conscience

The minister appealed again in the evening to CDU and CSU in the Bundestag. He emphasized that the CDU/CSU would be taking “a great responsibility†if they blocked the general vaccination requirement for strategic reasons. “That would be a short-term gain,†Lauterbach told journalists in Berlin.

Then you could say that the Bundestag under the traffic light would not have succeeded in making vaccination compulsory, if it came to that. But that is something, “where there are only losers afterwardsâ€. The traffic lights, because they could not push through the vaccination obligation; the CDU/CSU, because in the fall, with a bad coronalage, they would be accused of blocking the vaccination obligation. And also the citizens, because they would have to accept restrictions, just because a small group does not want to be vaccinated. “With this, we lose everyone,†Lauterbach said.

He pointed out today that he keeps hearing that politicians should no longer do anything that protects the unvaccinated. They would have to bear their own decision. But he sees it differently. “For me, the unvaccinated are also people who fall seriously ill,†Lauterbach emphasized. In this respect, he is “what I have always been, a doctor.â Everyone is “equally valuable†and that is also the attitude that a federal health minister should have.

Regret at the traffic lights

Unfortunately, it came in talks with the Union to no agreement, regretted Till Steffen (Greens) today. This is astonishing, he said, since all 16 state premiers — including those of the CDU/CSU-governed states — had originally spoken out in favor of mandatory vaccination. “With the vote on Thursday, it is now a question of whether the Union will allow compulsory vaccination.â

Schmidt emphasized that the compromise does not mean that compulsory vaccination for all adults has been “put on the back burner.â There is still a need to vaccinate all adults against the corona virus. Schmidt conceded that the model now presented could lead to the need for further Corona vaccination restrictions in the fall, if the vaccination rate among younger people is not sufficient.

However, “it is necessary to pass a law now that is effective,†said Green Party health expert Janosch Dahmen, explaining the compromise proposal. In science, there is clearly the majority opinion that “the pandemic is not over†and that there could be more dangerous variants again. The new model means the decision for a graduated procedure, Steffen said.

The Bundestag will vote on Thursday on the introduction of mandatory vaccination against COVID-19. So far, there are five different proposals. In addition to the original proposal for a duty from 18 years, a second group of deputies had presented a proposal for a mandatory consultation and a then possible mandatory vaccination from 50.

Other motions provide for the rejection of a vaccination obligation. The Union is in favor of the introduction of a vaccination register and a staged procedure with possible compulsory vaccination for certain particularly vulnerable groups.

The general vaccination requirement from the age of 18 was last officially supported by 237 of the 736 members of the Bundestag. The vote will be decided by a simple majority. According to Steffen, if the new proposal achieves this, it could also be voted on in the Bundesrat next Friday, where a majority is considered likely.

Physicians, hospital representatives and municipalities had recently repeatedly demanded the rapid introduction of mandatory vaccination. Otherwise, there is a threat of a new wave of pandemics in Germany.erbst, argued, among others, the Marburger Bund, the German Hospital Association (DKG) and the German Association of Cities.

The chairwoman of the doctors’ union Marburger Bund (MB), Susanne Johna, told the newspapers of RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland that “if there is no majority for compulsory vaccination from the age of 18, we at least need compulsory vaccination for everyone from the age of 50â€. In order for the vaccination requirement to be effective in time against another wave of corona in the fall, it should not be introduced until then.

DKG head Gerald Gaß told the Funke-Zeitung that “we have spoken out clearly in favor of a general vaccination requirement, because only the highest possible vaccination rate will get us out of the recurring danger of overburdening hospitals.â

The chief executive of the German Association of Cities and Towns, Helmut Dedy, said that many severe cases of illness would be risked again in the fall if vaccination were not made compulsory. In order to increase the vaccination rate once again significantly, mandatory vaccination from the age of 18 is clearly better.

Andreas Gassen, chairman of the German National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (KBV), warned in the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung against a “mandatory vaccination that cannot be implemented.â If politicians do not clearly answer the numerous unanswered questions about mandatory vaccination in a timely manner, “they will launch a mandatory vaccination that starts as a tiger and lands as a bedside rug, because the underlying regulation cannot be implemented in practice.â © kna/afp/dpa/ER/may/aerzteblatt.de



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/Ralf, stock.adobe.com

Berlin — Germany will probably not have a general corona vaccination requirement from the age of 18 for the foreseeable future. The supporters of a corresponding bill announced today in Berlin at short notice to postpone their project for the time being.

They justified this step with the lack of prospects of success in the decisive vote in the Bundestag next Thursday. Now there is to be a compromise. Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) welcomed the new proposal.

The previous supporters of a mandatory corona vaccination for all adults wanted to introduce an amendment to the Bundestag on Thursday, announced the deputy chairwoman of the SPD faction, Dagmar Schmidt. “We don’t want to wait until the fall, when the next wave of infections becomes visible,†she explained. That is why this compromise proposal has now been drawn up.

In detail, the new bill stipulates that all citizens over 50 years of age must provide proof of vaccination for three individual vaccinations as of October 1. Health insurers are to play a central role in the collection process. All adults under the age of 50 will have to provide proof of at least one vaccination consultation by then. In the fall, the Bundestag is also expected to decide whether to extend the mandatory corona vaccination to 18- to 49-year-olds.

In addition, soThe preparation of a vaccination register, which the CDU/CSU in particular is pushing for in the Bundestag, should begin quickly. The data to be collected in connection with compulsory vaccination will be used for this purpose. A quarterly evaluation of the law, which is limited until the end of 2023, is planned.

The parliamentary group, which also includes Janosch Dahmen, Till Steffen (both Greens), Dirk Wiese, Heike BaeÂhrens (both SPD), Katrin Helling-Plahr and Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann (both FDP), has thus taken up suggestions from CDU politicians and hopes to obtain a majority with the compromise proposal.

Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD), who like Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) is in favor of compulsory vaccination from the age of 18, spoke today of a “very good compromise.â It takes up the most important from all proposals for compulsory vaccination. “The central point is that we immediately protect the elderly. In addition, we can react to a worsening of the pandemic situation and then also protect the young,†Lauterbach emphasized.

There are also plans to set up a vaccination register, as the CDU wanted. “Everyone who wants compulsory vaccination can find themselves here. But anyone who votes against it risks lockdowns and suffering again in the fall,†Lauterbach said.

Lauterbach talks Union into the conscience

The minister appealed again in the evening to CDU and CSU in the Bundestag. He emphasized that the CDU/CSU would be taking “a great responsibility†if they blocked the general vaccination requirement for strategic reasons. “That would be a short-term gain,†Lauterbach told journalists in Berlin.

Then you can say the Bundestag under the traffic light would not have succeeded in a general vaccination obligation, if it came so. But that is something, “where there are only losers afterwards”. The traffic light, because it could not enforce the vaccination obligation; the Union, because it would be accused in the fall with bad Coronalage that it had blocked the vaccination obligation. And also the citizens, because they would have to accept restrictions, just because a small group does not want to be vaccinated. “With this, we lose everyone,†Lauterbach said.

He pointed out today that he keeps hearing that politicians should no longer do anything that protects the unvaccinated. They would have to bear their own decision. But he sees it differently. “For me, the unvaccinated are also people who fall seriously ill,†Lauterbach emphasized. In this respect, he is “what I have always been, a doctor.â Everyone is “equally valuable†and that is also the attitude that a federal health minister should have.

Regret at the traffic lights

Unfortunately, it came in talks with the Union to no agreement, regretted Till Steffen (Greens) today. This is astonishing, he said, since all 16 state premiers — including those of the CDU/CSU-governed states — had originally spoken out in favor of mandatory vaccination. “With the vote on Thursday, it is now a question of whether the Union will allow compulsory vaccination.â

Schmidt emphasized that the compromise does not mean that compulsory vaccination for all adults has been “put on the back burner.â There is wThe need to vaccinate all adults against the corona virus remains. Schmidt conceded that the model now presented could lead to the need for corona restrictions again in the fall, if the vaccination rate among younger people is not sufficient.

However, “it is necessary to pass a law now that is effective,†said Green Party health expert Janosch Dahmen, explaining the compromise proposal. In science, there is clearly the majority opinion that “the pandemic is not over†and that there could be more dangerous variants again. The new model means the decision for a graduated procedure, Steffen said.

The Bundestag will vote on Thursday on the introduction of mandatory vaccination against COVID-19. So far, there are five different proposals. In addition to the original proposal for a duty from 18 years, a second group of deputies had presented a proposal for a mandatory consultation and a then possible mandatory vaccination from 50.

Other motions provide for the rejection of a vaccination obligation. The Union is in favor of the introduction of a vaccination register and a staged procedure with possible mandatory vaccination for certain particularly vulnerable groups.

The general vaccination requirement from the age of 18 was last officially supported by 237 of the 736 members of the Bundestag. The vote will be decided by a simple majority. According to Steffen, if the new proposal achieves this, it could also be voted on in the Bundesrat next Friday, where a majority is considered likely.

Physicians, hospital representatives and municipalities had recently repeatedly demanded the rapid introduction of mandatory vaccination. Otherwise, a new pandemic wave threatens in the fall, argued, among others, the Marburger Bund, the German Hospital Association (DKG) and the German Association of Cities.

The chairwoman of the doctors’ union Marburger Bund (MB), Susanne Johna, told the newspapers of RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland that “if there is no majority for compulsory vaccination from the age of 18, we at least need compulsory vaccination for everyone from the age of 50â€. In order for the vaccination requirement to be effective in time against another wave of corona in the fall, it should not be introduced until then.

DKG head Gerald Gaß told the Funke-Zeitung that “we have spoken out clearly in favor of a general vaccination requirement, because only the highest possible vaccination rate will get us out of the recurring danger of overburdening hospitals.â

The chief executive of the German Association of Cities and Towns, Helmut Dedy, said that many severe cases of illness would be risked again in the fall if vaccination were not made compulsory. In order to increase the vaccination rate once again significantly, mandatory vaccination from the age of 18 is clearly better.

Andreas Gassen, chairman of the German National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (KBV), warned in the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung against a “mandatory vaccination that cannot be implemented.â If politicians do not clearly answer the numerous unanswered questions about compulsory vaccination in a timely manner, “they will launch a compulsory vaccination that starts as a tiger and lands as a bedside rug,†he said.

eil the underlying regulation cannot be implemented in practice. © kna/afp/dpa/ER/may/aerzteblatt.de



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