Despite all the euphoria that the vaccine there is there too more critical voices. The FDP chairman Christian Lindner sees Germany “not adequately prepared for vaccination”. The FDP would have wished for a clear legal basis for this, because such important questions of life and death should be decided on the broadest basis, said Lindner of the German Press Agency in Berlin. “When it comes to the question of logistics, we should use the established medical area beyond the vaccination centers as soon as possible so that we can make rapid progress with vaccination,” warned the FDP boss.The German Association of Cities dampened expectations of vaccination. “A start has been made, but the ghost with the dangerous coronavirus is not over yet,” said City Council President Burkhard Jung (SPD) the newspapers of the Funke media group. The infection situation is currently still worrying and the time for mass vaccinations has not yet come. “There is initially far too little vaccine for this,” said Jung, who is also mayor of Leipzig.