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RKI-chief wants no compulsory vaccination

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RKI-chief wants no compulsory vaccination

The head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has recommended against a mandatory vaccination against Coronavirus. “We have no occasion to think of a vaccination,” said RKI President Lothar Wieler on Saturday in Schwerin. The citizens were definitely know smart enough to, if there is a safe vaccine that would promote their health.

On the topic of vaccine had been founded a few weeks ago a working group at the RKI. These would deal with it, if there is a vaccine, which population could be groups such as vaccinated.

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