Germany Starts to Loosen its Entry Vaccine Restrictions

On May 26, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach announced on May 25 that from June 1 until the end of August, travelers will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination cards, negative CCP virus tests or recovery documents when entering Germany.
Previously, according to German regulations, all travelers over the age of 12 entering Germany had to show such proof.
Analysts say that countries are now removing restrictions on vaccines. Compulsory vaccination is no longer possible. As the vaccine disaster approaches, accountability for vaccines will eventually unfold.
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