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Germany to enforce LOCKDOWN on unvaccinated case with three shots needed as fourth wave of Covid wreaks havoc

GERMANY is set to ban unvaccinated people from shops, pubs and restaurants in so-called “unvaccinated wards”.

Harsh measures were introduced such as Germany fighting a record number of infections in the fourth period of time Covid wave, with intensive care units set to reach capacity by Christmas.

Those in Germany shunned by Covid jab face being banned from going out to shops, pubs and restaurants

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Those in Germany shunned by Covid jab face being banned from going out to shops, pubs and restaurantsCredit: Reuters
The situation is very bad in Germany, patients are being transferred to hospitals in other parts of the country

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The situation is very bad in Germany, patients are being transferred to hospitals in other parts of the countryCredit: Avalon.red
Covid cases have risen to record numbers in Germany

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Covid cases have risen to record numbers in Germany

Under the emergency plan – the harshest yet to be applied in Europe – there will be a comprehensive ban on entry to bars, restaurants, theaters and cinemas for anyone who has not been vaccinated or recovered from Covid.

Unvaccinated people will also be banned from Christmas markets and non-essential shops and can only socialize with a limited number of people.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the measures were necessary because of concerns that hospitals could become overwhelmed with people with Covid-19 infections, which are more likely to be severe in unvaccinated people. .

“We understand that the situation is very serious and we want to take additional measures beyond those already taken,” she told reporters.

“For this to happen, the fourth wave has to be broken and this has not yet been achieved.”

Yesterday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said he would like to see mandatory Covid vaccinations rolled out in Europe’s largest country, starting in “February or March”.

It appeared after the discovery of a new, very mutated object, Omicron variant, which was first reported by South Africa to the World Health Organization (WHO) on November 24, the disease has spread rapidly worldwide.

It is feared that Omicron could cause more than half of Covid-19 cases in Europe in the “next few months”.

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More than two dozen countries and territories have now detected cases of the disease, which today extends to India and USA Yesterday, one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic since it first emerged nearly two years ago.

WHO has warned that it could take weeks to discover whether Omicron is more transmissible and whether it causes more severe disease – as well as current treatments and vaccines against how effective it is.

But its discovery and spread represent a new challenge to global efforts to combat the pandemic, with some countries already reimposing restrictions that many had hoped have become. past.

Unvaccinated people will be banned from Germany's iconic Christmas markets

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Unvaccinated people will be banned from Germany’s iconic Christmas marketsCredit: Reuters
Compared to other European countries, Germany has a lower Covid vaccination rate

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Compared to other European countries, Germany has a lower Covid vaccination rateCredit: Avalon.red
Dr Jenny Harries warns British families to limit social interaction this Christmas amid the spreading variant of Omicron Covid

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