(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The German Parliament passes a bill to give vaccinated people greater freedom

  China News Agency, Berlin, May 6 (Reporter Peng Dawei) The German Bundestag passed a bill proposed by the Federal Cabinet on the 6th, which will allow people who have been fully vaccinated and those who have recovered from the new crown infection to remain unresolved in the country. In the case of “closed”, there is more freedom in shopping and gathering activities.

  The German disease control agency announced on the same day that the number of new confirmed infections with the new crown virus and the number of new deaths were 21,953 and 250 respectively.

According to real-time data from Germany's "Times Online", as of 20 o'clock on the 6th local time, a total of 3,490,246 people have been diagnosed and 84,939 people have died in Germany.

At present, Germany has received 32,596,999 doses of vaccine, and a total of 7,145,486 people have been fully vaccinated, accounting for approximately 8.6% of the total population.

  The German Bundestag passed a bill proposed by the German Federal Cabinet on the same day.

According to the bill, the above two categories of people who are already immune will have the freedom that so far only those who have tested negative for the new crown can get: that is, they are going to shopping places, barber shops or visiting public places such as botanical gardens. At that time, there will be no need to produce a negative report for the new crown test; the curfew from 22:00 to 5 am the next day will no longer apply to this group of people; this group of people may not be included in the current upper limit of the number of interpersonal contact bans , That is, they can gather freely; when entering Germany from most countries and regions, these people can also be exempted from isolation unless they have had contact with people infected with the “mutant strain of the new crown that has not yet been circulating in Germany”.

However, the bill still requires the above-mentioned people to continue to wear masks and maintain social distancing.

  The bill still needs to be approved by the Federal Senate on the 7th.

However, “Der Spiegel Online” reported that although some states have reservations, it is expected that the bill will not hinder the passage of the bill in the Federal Senate in the end.