COVID-19: Germany Puts Major Restrictions on the Unvaccinated
Merkel described the measures as an act of national solidarity
Germany's national and regional leaders have agreed to bar unvaccinated people from much of public life in a bid to fend off a fourth wave of COVID-19.
Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel described the far-reaching measures as an act of "national solidarity."
Only those who have been vaccinated or recently recovered from COVID will be allowed in restaurants, cinemas, leisure facilities and many shops.
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