A regulation is effective today in Germany, under which those who have survived the coronavirus are exempted from taking certain measures to combat the epidemic.
Vaccines and vaccines that have survived the coronavirus are no longer restricted by the private sector. The nocturnal movement restrictions imposed in areas with a seven-day incidence rate of more than 100 do not apply to this category of citizens.
After returning from abroad, there is no need to vaccinate and quarantine people who have survived the coronavirus. The only exception is those returning from the area. Virus variants.
They are also exempted from the obligation to test in certain shops or barbershops and other service activities that require testing. When the announced opening hours come, the same measures will be taken on the terraces of the dining facilities.
Other measures, such as wearing a mask or keeping gaps, are equally effective for this group of people.
Those who have been vaccinated for at least two weeks since the last vaccination are considered fully vaccinated.
According to data from the Robert Koch State Institute of Epidemiology, people who have received both vaccines are less likely to infect other people than people who have undergone a new negative test for the coronavirus.
As of last Friday, 7.6 million people (9.1%) in Germany had been vaccinated with both vaccines, most of whom were senior citizens in the priority group.
Federal Attorney General Christine Lambrecht (Christine Lambrecht) warned of the danger of forging passes and vaccination documents.
Lambrecht told Die Welt: “This is not a misdemeanor, but a felony, which will bring severe penalties.”
The deputy chairman of the police union, Joerg Radek, warned of the danger of widespread attempts to forge documents.
Radek said: “Currently, there is no single document that proves the vaccine. This opens up room for forgery.”
Lambrecht emphasized the need to adopt a single digital vaccination certificate “as soon as possible”, which will be valid throughout the EU.
People currently receiving vaccination can prove their identity through the vaccination manual or the documents issued by the vaccination center.