World: "does great damage": criticism of vaccination debate

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The CEO of the German Hospital Society (DKG), Gerald Gaß , criticized the debate about an fourth Corona vaccination . "What is currently happening is causing great damage," said Gaß to the newspapers of the Bavarian media group on Tuesday. "The debate does not mean that people can understand who should be vaccinated when." People would only hear "a polyphonic choir," said the DKG boss. "And this means that the population becomes very skeptical about the use of this fourth vaccination."

  „Richtet großen Schaden an“: Kritik an Impf-Debatte © provided by Berliner Zeitung

in Germany has been discussing for weeks about who should be given a fourth corona vaccination. The permanent vaccination commission (STIKO) has so far only recommended such a second refresher vaccination for people from 70 years of age or risk patients. The EU authorities recommend a fourth vaccination from the age of 60. Federal Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach (SPD) has also spoken out for four years for four years.

In the meantime, STIKO wants to recommend the fourth Corona vaccination to all people between the ages of 60 and 69. According to the recommendation of the decision, however, the condition that the AFP news agency was available on Monday evening is that the first refreshment vaccination or the last Corona infection was at least six months ago.

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© Julien de Rosa "The CAP of 50,000 vaccinations" against the variole of the monkey in France has been crossed, announced the Minister of Health François Braun "The Cap of 50,000 Vaccinations" against the variole of the monkey in France was crossed on Monday, the Minister of Health François Braun announced Tuesday during the visit of one of the 188 vaccination centers against this disease.

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