More than half of the population living in Germany is now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the Minister of Health announced on Wednesday, as the country is worried about a rise in infection curves.

“More than one in two Germans (50.2%, or 41.8 million) enjoys full vaccine protection, 61.1% (50.85 million) of citizens have been vaccinated at least once.

The more people who get vaccinated now, the safer the fall and winter will be!

Jens Spahn wrote on Twitter.


Access to vaccines widens inequalities in economic recovery, IMF says


Coronavirus: One in two French people is fully vaccinated, announces the Directorate General of Health

  • Health

  • Anti-covid vaccine

  • Germany

  • Coronavirus