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Germany: Vaccinations against Covid-19 also in doctor’s offices from April

Early next month, practitioners across the country are expected to begin vaccination against Covid-19 in Germany. According to the dpa agency, the federal and provincial governments have reached an agreement on the matter. This should greatly increase the rather sluggish vaccination rate.

Vaccinations against Covid-19 in Germany are to take place from the beginning of April not only in vaccination centre but also in doctors’ offices. This was agreed by the federal ministers and the ministers of the federal states at the Conference of Health Ministers. The vaccine is expected to reach doctors through normal wholesale and pharmacy channels.

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The existing vaccination points will remain in place for the time being, and the agreed dates will be kept.

By Sunday, 2.5 million people in Germany were fully vaccinated, the federal health ministry said. That’s three percent of the population. 5.2 million people have received at least one dose of the vaccine. (PAP)

Source: Polskiobserwator.de

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