ROUNDUP / According to the SPD schedule on mandatory vaccination: government survey with Scholz

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BERLIN (dpa-AFX) – Shortly before an important appearance by Chancellor Olaf Scholz in the Bundestag, the SPD presented a schedule for the decision on a general vaccination requirement for the first time. At the end of January, SPD MPs are to make a specific proposal, as parliamentary group leader Rolf Mützenich announced on Tuesday in Berlin. On this Wednesday afternoon, Scholz presented himself for the first time as Federal Chancellor to a government survey in parliament. It is expected that the corona policy of the SPD, Greens and FDP will play a central role in the survey.

The social democrat came under increasing pressure when he wanted to introduce a general compulsory vaccination. The CDU / CSU opposition had accused him of weak leadership in the debate and demanded a timetable. Mützenich now said that immediately after the first “orientation debate” on compulsory vaccination in parliament, which is to take place in two weeks, members of the SPD would present key points for a draft law. These should then be the basis for a group proposal together with parliamentarians from other parliamentary groups.

After that, parliament should not allow itself more than two months before a decision in the Bundestag is reached, said Mützenich: “We will have that finalized in March, of course.” Last year, Scholz had spoken out in favor of a general mandatory vaccination in early February or early March.

According to an RKI draft, the quarantine for contact persons of infected people and the isolation, if you are sick yourself, should be based on a “seven-day rule”: You can end after seven days if you come up with a negative PCR- or quick test “free tests”. Without a test, they should last ten days in the future./sku/DP/zb


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