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On several days, the statistics currently show more than 1000 deaths in Germany. According to the RKI, this is also due to the fact that the rules in the second #Lockdown are being followed far more half-heartedly than in the first.
More and more people have been vaccinated against the #coronavirus, but there is still a long way to go before the hoped-for #herdimmunity is achieved. Therefore, Health Minister Spahn appealed to the population that it can only be done together.
The British-Swedish company AstraZeneca wants to clear a big hurdle with its vaccine: It is applying for approval for the European market.
Following federal-state agreements with the federal government, the new Corona restrictions take effect in more states. In good news: More than half a million people are now vaccinated.
Tens of thousands of new infections and thousands of deaths daily show the continuing drama of the pandemic. But at the same time, preparations for new vaccinations are in full swing.
The virus continues to spread, as a look at the intensive care units also shows. That is why shops are to remain closed longer and private meetings are even more restricted. The harsh measures may also include restrictions on the radius of movement.
First Biontech and Pfizer, now Moderna: In the fight against the pandemic, a second vaccine has now been approved in the EU. But vaccination for all is still a long time coming.