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Germany: New COVID variant found in Bavaria

A mutation of the coronavirus has been discovered among 35 newly infected patients in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It is different to the one found originally in the UK, but doctors do not yet know if it is highly infectious.

https://www.dw.com/en/germany-new-covid-variant-found-in-bavaria/a-56269615

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Hi,

"Germany got the experience for the kamps..."

Cavanami, you are on thin ice. And please don't forget the internment camps the US had for the Japanese during the same period before you start accusing others.
(And yes, I am well aware the cruelty was not on the same level, but still....)

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8 hours ago, khunsanuk said:

Hi,

"Germany got the experience for the kamps..."

Cavanami, you are on thin ice. And please don't forget the internment camps the US had for the Japanese during the same period before you start accusing others.
(And yes, I am well aware the cruelty was not on the same level, but still....)

Sanuk!
 

Thank you Sir , I did not wish to comment this.

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5 hours ago, cavanami said:

...and the lies and corruption in Germany...

German mayor suspected of jumping vaccine queue

The mayor of Halle says he was inoculated to avoid throwing away leftover vaccines. German prosecutors dispute his claims.

https://www.dw.com/en/german-mayor-suspected-of-jumping-vaccine-queue/a-56655518

And other than with your disposed of  liar-in-chief the police has been knocking at the door of this arsehole yesterday.

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Since our genius German here at Thai 360 doesn't know, much less post (he's too busy fixing and posting on the USA while Germany burns down), here's something...

COVID mutation hot spot triggers fear across Germany

Coronavirus cases are rising rapidly in the German border town of Flensburg, with half linked to the British variant. DW's Jens Thurau looks with concern at his hometown, where tighter restrictions are imminent.

At the St. Francis Hospital in the German town of Flensburg, tucked away in the extreme north of the country on the Danish border, things are looking serious. Managing director Klaus Deitmaring told public broadcaster NDR that he is seeing more and more middle-aged patients, with no underlying conditions, who are fighting for their lives after a COVID-19 infection. 

They have been diagnosed with the mutation variant B.1.1.7, which was first detected in the UK late last year and is considered to be far more contagious than the standard virus....

https://www.dw.com/en/covid-mutation-hot-spot-triggers-fear-across-germany/a-56619205

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In Germany, vaccinations have always been political

Germans have a long track record of vaccine skepticism. From mandatory smallpox inoculations 150 years ago to voluntary COVID-19 jabs today: Immunization is political.

Anti-vaxxers have come up with plenty of unfounded conspiracy theories to oppose getting a jab against COVID-19. They have succeeded in mobilizing people against it even though in Germany there is no legal requirement to get the shot.

Malte Thiessen, a medical historian, says opinions about vaccines have always been "highly political."

"Inoculation has always been about more than just the prick. It's also always about a worldview," he tells DW.

That is because the issue is at the intersection of society, the state, and one's own body, and it is not new. "Even 200 years ago, vaccines were controversial and intensely debated," Thiessen says.

 

Vaccine requirement for smallpox

Germans' relatively critical stance goes back to the 19th century. Many of the arguments and misconceptions from then remain today.

The imperial vaccination law came into force in 1874 as a result of widespread smallpox infections across Europe, which killed tens of thousands of people in Prussia. Getting vaccinated for it became mandatory. The "Lebensreform" (life reform) movement picked up pace at the same time. Adherents believed in natural paths to strengthening the body, such as sunshine or special diets....

https://www.dw.com/en/in-germany-vaccinations-have-always-been-political/a-56221965

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