German Chancellor urges citizens to take COVID-19 vaccine to reduce infection spread

On Sunday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz mentioned that the vaccination against COVID is compulsory and he has alarmed the individuals not to be “Naive” to have a mindset that the COVID variant will fade away.

During an interview, Olaf Scholz said that they are highlighting the objectives to make the vaccination process obligatory. He said that it is necessary to increase the percentage of fully vaccinated individuals to improve the situation, which will also lead to a reduction in the cases of the COVID variant.

Scholz shared an affirmative answer, “Yes, hoping the situation of the pandemic will be definitely enhanced as well as will provide the comfort in the spring and summer season, but the next fall will for sure knock the doors.”

More than 75 percent of the citizens have got the shot of the vaccination against the coronavirus, but the Chancellor of Germany seems likely to set the record by 90 percent.

Meanwhile, Scholz stated, “I’m completely certain about the situation as if we will not make the vaccination compulsory then we will not be able to reach the target of 90 percent, which is imperative to stop the COVID-19 variant as it is increasing at a rapid speed.”

There was a meeting held in which there were around 16 state leaders from Germany were involved, they had this gathering for having a word on the coronavirus measures, and before this meeting, Olaf Scholz shared his observation.

On Wednesday, the parliament of Germany, the Bundestag, will be discussing mandating inoculation so that people can be protected from the infection.

Apart from this, Germany has recorded around 85,440 cases of people getting infected from the COVID-19 infection, in the last 24 hours, on Sunday.

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