Celibacy of priests questioned after Sauvé report
paedocriminality A week after the earthquake caused by the publication of the report Sauvé, who threw a harsh light on pedophilia in the Catholic Church of France for 70 years, questions multiply on the role of the institution and its representatives. One is on celibacy. © Julien Hortolland / SIPA / SIPA A damning report on pedophilia in the Church of France woke up the debate on the celibacy of priests.
Dusseldorf. National player and Bavaria-Star Joshua Kimmich has not been vaccinated against Corona so far. Although this decision is legitimate, it is playing his role as a role model in the fight against the pandemic. © Carmen Jasersen Joshua Kimmich.
The news of Kimmich's vaccination status was the discussion topic at this football weekend. This is not alone in the Bundesliga, not alone in Germany. It is your right to decide against vaccination. He had "personal concerns - just as for missing long-term studies," Kimmich said at "Sky". This argument can now be used again with other arguments such as existing studies on the vaccine seizures or the long-term sequences of a corona infection. But this could not clear the concerns in Kimmich. That must accept the environment and the employer. There are no vaccinations in Germany. You do not have to be vaccinated to play football in a stadium into which only vaccinated or greeting fans are left.
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And yet you have to critically question Kimmen's pre-timer at Bavaria's pre-player, why not he has been vaccinated. After all, he does with his initiative "We Kick Corona" advertising for vaccination, collected money for a UNICEF campaign, which distributes vaccines in poor countries. He founded the initiative at the beginning of the pandemic with teammate Leon Goretzka. There were no vaccinations yet. First of all, solidarity with the occupational fields, companies and humans hit by Corona. Kimmich and Goretzka were in professional football as something of the bright role models for social commitment and responsible use of the pandemic.
This role is no longer fair, because he has become implausible. It is one to decide against a vaccine. But it is something completely different when you stand for a campaign that promotes vaccination while you yourself have too much health concerns. Although Kimmich finds that everyone should have the free decision to vaccinate and go only if there is also vaccine everywhere. So far, so right. Nevertheless, "We Kick Corona" also wrote: "Corona is permanently only to get under control if sufficient vaccine can be administered everywhere in the world." That is, it must also give people who can administer the vaccine. And everyone counts. Kimmich makes itself unobtrusive and its initiative. At the same time he must accept that others feel the waiver of vaccination additionally than unsolidary. Because he increases the risk of disseminating the virus and infecting others, even if he holds himself as he stresses to all hygiene measures.
"Every Hanswurst of Politics ...": Podolski defends Kimmich .
Lukas Podolski manifests itself to the discussion about the non-vaccinated Joshua Kimmich. The ex-national player considers them completely exaggerated - and takes the Bayern star in protection. © Provided by sport1.de "Every Hanswurst of politics ...": Podolski defends Kimmich according to Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel has now also expressed Lukas Podolski to the debate about the not vaccinated international Joshua Kimmich . "The topic is in Germany as if a heavy criminal was caught.