BERLIN (AP) – Germany’s incoming transport minister is advising people not to travel over Christmas as the country tries to stem a wave of coronavirus infections. Federal and state leaders on Thursday announced tough new restrictions aimed at the largely unvaccinated, preventing them from entering stores, restaurants, sporting and cultural venues that are not necessary, needs. In a longer-term move, parliament will consider a joint mandate on vaccines. Volker Wissing, whose party has appointed him transport minister in the upcoming government, said in an interview in the Sunday newspaper that “in the current situation, it seems more sensible to spend Christmas spending Christmas.” in a small group at home and not planning major trips across the Country.” The new government is expected to take office on Wednesday.
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