Alemania estudia reapertura total de centros de vacunación.

Berlin: The German Government is studying today the reopening the vaccination centers and activating the massive administration of the third anti-Covid-19 dose, due to the increase in infections registered in recent days, Prensa Latina publishes.

“We have to reopen vaccination programs as soon as possible,” according to the Minister of Health, Jens Spahn, who proposed sending a summons to those over 60 years of age to go to be immunized.

Speaking to the Rheinische Post, Spahn called for convening a summit between the federal executive and the regional powers to speed up those protocols.

The head of the national government, Angela Merkel, and eventual successor, the social democrat Olaf Scholz, committed themselves to a “harmonious transfer of powers”, especially in relation to the fight against the pandemic.

In a joint appearance at the end of the G20 summit in Rome, both expressed their “great concern” about the evolution of the disease.

The applicant guaranteed “cohesion” before the changeover and agreed with Merkel that the common interest is “not to overload public health.”

Scholz, current Vice Chancellor and Finance Minister, negotiates a future coalition with the Greens and the Liberals with the aim of being elected as Federal Chancellor by the Bundestag (Lower House of Parliament) in early December.

Meanwhile, on the 24th, the emergency law issued last year, which grants extraordinary powers to the head of the national government, will be rendered ineffective, and then the measures to contain the spread of the disease will remain under the jurisdiction of the federated states.

The vaccination rate with the complete cycle here is around 66.7 percent, a figure that shows a stagnation in the process due to the “little motivation” shown by those who still do not attend to get immunized, according to health authorities.

While the weekly incidence of infections per 100,000 inhabitants has risen day by day for weeks, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute of Virology, in charge of the control of infectious diseases in the country.

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