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The government says Germany has been hit by a “massive” unvaccinated epidemic

According to Health Minister Jens Spann, intensive care beds are starting to work again.

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The corona virus continues to wreak havoc. Germany is currently plagued by an epidemic “Big” Those who have not been vaccinated against Govt-19, Warned, on Wednesday, November 3, the Minister of Health, Jens Spann, called for tougher measures to prevent the recurrence of Govt cases in the country.

“We are currently experiencing an epidemic that is mainly unvaccinated, and it is huge.” He ruled, pointing out that the intensive care beds were beginning to run out again. Germany has seen a rise in Govt-19 cases since the end of the fall break. On Wednesday, the Robert-Koch Health Watchdog (RKI) recorded more than 20,000 new cases and 194 deaths in 24 hours.

“The fourth wave of epidemics is unfortunately growing as we fear, because the number of people vaccinated is not enough,” he said. RKI President Lothar Wheeler added. He also lamented that access rules for public places, restaurants or theaters were not always used adequately.

Jens Spawn Six months after the first vaccination, he said he would like to expedite the booster vaccine, which is currently recommended for people over 70. According to the latest figures from RKI, 55.6 million Germans have received two doses of the vaccine, or 66.8% of the population.

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