Germany debates compulsory vaccine against COVID in the face of record incidence – International

Accumulated incidence in Germany adds another new record for the sixteenth consecutive day and close to 400 new infections with coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants in seven days, while the debate continues on the option of making the vaccine mandatory.

The incidence stands at 399.8 new infections, compared to 386.5 this Monday, 312.4 a week ago and 100 a month ago, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) updated last morning.

Vaccination November 23: booster doses for people between 30 and 37 years old
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