The German authorities are going to restrict access to retail stores, with the exception of pharmacies and supermarkets, for unvaccinated residents, as well as to close bars and clubs throughout the country, Report informs citing TASS.
This is envisaged in a draft decision prepared for negotiations on December 2 on tightening measures against the backdrop of the fourth wave of the pandemic.
It is assumed that the unvaccinated will be allowed to meet only in a small company - with a maximum of two other citizens. The rule does not apply to children.
The authorities are not going to close schools; instead, the mask regime in educational institutions will be tightened. Football stadiums can be filled to 30%, cultural events can be attended by a maximum of 5,000 people at a time. In addition, it is planned to involve pharmacy workers in the vaccination campaign. The goal is to have 30 million vaccinations by the end of December.
The authorities also propose to decide as soon as possible on whether to introduce mandatory vaccination against COVID.