German minister targets end to Covid-19 curbs next month

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Around 56.5 per cent of people in Germany have received at least one dose and almost 39 per cent are fully vaccinated, according to health ministry data. — Reuters pic
Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Around 56.5 per cent of people in Germany have received at least one dose and almost 39 per cent are fully vaccinated, according to health ministry data. — Reuters pic

BERLIN, July 6 — Germany should lift all remaining coronavirus-linked social and economic curbs as soon as everyone has been offered a vaccine, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas was quoted as saying on Tuesday, suggesting that point should be reached next month.

Around 56.5 per cent of people in Germany have received at least one dose and almost 39 per cent are fully vaccinated, according to health ministry data.

“When everyone in Germany has received a vaccine offer, there is no longer a legal or political justification for any kind of restriction,” Maas told the Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

That should occur sometime during August, he added.

Chancellor Angela Merkel has previously said she wants to offer everyone in Germany a vaccine by Sept. 21.

In January, Maas was the first German government minister to call for restrictions to be eased for vaccinated people and suggested they should be allowed to visit the cinema or eat in restaurants. Other ministers opposed special exemptions for the vaccinated.

Other countries are also considering how to exit restrictions imposed to prevent health systems becoming overwhelmed by Covid-19 cases.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out plans yesterday to end restrictions in England in two weeks’ time, a test of whether a rapid vaccine rollout offers enough protection from the highly contagious Delta variant. — Reuters

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