Germany admits AstraZeneca has a bad reputation

The Standing Committee on Vaccination in Germany is set to review the recommendations for the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine

Until now, the vaccine can only be used in Germany among people under the age of 65.

Only a quarter of the patients planned by the government are enrolled for vaccination.

At the same time, the debate on the freedom of movement of those already vaccinated is gaining momentum. Now FDP MEP Andreas Glück is demanding that all travel restrictions be lifted for those who have been vaccinated.

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