Significantly more people than in November would be vaccinated against Corona –
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+++ The Readiness for vaccination against the corona virus, according to a survey in Germany increased. In a survey by infratest dimap for the ARD Germany trend from the beginning of the week, 54 percent said they definitely wanted to be vaccinated against the coronavirus – that was 17 percentage points more than in November 2020. Another 21 percent said they wanted to probably get vaccinated (minus 13 percentage points). The willingness to vaccinate has grown in all age groups, but especially among people under 65 years of age. As before, younger people were less open to a corona vaccination than older people.
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+++ Distance learning, emergency care and no holidays: Corona has a profound effect on the start of school this year. The deadlines are also affected by the pandemic: the planned one Certificate issue will be postponed by three weeks, the dates of the transfer certificate by one week postponed. The final exams will also take place later, but specific dates still have to be checked. In addition, the teachers are encouraged not to actually ask about topics that are not relevant to the exam.
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Sars-CoV-2 has changed the world like no other pathogen before it. Over a million people worldwide died of or with the virus in 2020. Hospitals were hopelessly overburdened in some regions, and in many countries restrictions to combat pandemics brought the economy to the brink of collapse. The Corona year 2020 in pictures – from the outbreak to the vaccine.
+++ According to Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) in Bavaria there are around until Wednesday 90,000 people was vaccinated against the coronavirus with a first dose. According to the Ministry of Health, half of the almost 210,000 vaccine doses delivered will be withheld for the required second vaccination. Next Friday, another 107,000 vaccine doses are expected to arrive in the Free State.
+++ The country leaders have agreed with Chancellor Merkel that the lockdown will continue until at least the end of January. At schools Distance teaching and emergency care in daycare centers apply. This applies to all parents who consider it necessary. According to Prime Minister Markus Söder, there will be no restriction on certain systemically relevant occupational groups.
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