Wolfgang Janisch, Karlsruhe
The Germany vaccination is still making slow progress, but it is foreseeable that the matter will pick up speed. Production capacities are expanded, new vaccines are approved; the curve of the vaccinated – there are currently around 1.4 million – should hopefully soon rise as steeply as we saw in the case of infections and deaths this shocking autumn. And the higher the number of immunized, the more urgent a question arises that Jens Spahn and Horst Seehofer wanted to moderate with terms such as “privileges” or “special rights”: Will the vaccinated soon get their freedom back – or at least part of it? Or do they have to wait for all the others who rank behind them in the sequence of vaccination priorities?