More than 60 vaccine mandates blocked by German parliament

Chancellor Olaf Schulz sought to make vaccination compulsory for those over 60 378-296 votes blocked by Parliament. The bill would require all Germans over the age of 60 to get three vaccines before October 1, 2022.

The Social Democrats (SPD), the Free Democrats (FDP) and the Greens are all pushing the bill forward and will probably continue to fight for a mandate. If Parliament did not vote for the people, it would open the floodgates of the endless immunization order for the entire people. Under the failed bill, unvaccinated Germans would have to attend a doctor’s consultation to discuss (forcing) to get vaccinated.

Health Minister Carl Lauterbach recently reversed his position on self-quarantine restrictions. Lauterbach initially said that the 10-day separation rule would end on May 1.I withdrew the proposal because it would create a complete misconception that either the epidemic was over or the virus had become significantly more harmful than it had been in the past.“In other words, he doesn’t want people to feel safe because it will reduce the need for big government and big pharma.”

They want to force people to inject without removing existing restrictions because they know the vaccine is ineffective. Parliament’s ruling comes as a silver lining, but the fight for medical freedom is not over.

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