COVID: Incoming chancellor Scholz wants vaccine mandate in Germany | DW News

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Germany could make coronavirus vaccines mandatory as early as February or March 2022, according to chancellor-in-waiting Olaf Scholz. But he insisted that the issue would be decided in parliament.

Paula Piechotta (Greens), a member of the German Bundestag, told DW that Germany needs vaccination rates above 90 percent in order to prevent a fifth or a sixth COVID wave.

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