Germany’s COVID vaccination rate stagnates at 62% | DW News

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Germany has launched another push to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID 19. Just over 60 percent of people here have been jabbed – far fewer than in some other European nations. The majority of patients in intensive care are UNvaccinated. So why are so many Germans still reluctant to get the shot?

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