German politicians at odds over path to compulsory vaccination

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Government plans for nationwide compulsory vaccination in Germany have become one of the most sensitive political issues in the country, and the pressure is growing on the coalition to explain how it intends to put it into effect. While most parties on the right and left support such a step, Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s original timetable of “the beginning of February or March” is looking increasingly unlikely. The three parties in the governing coalition have suggested that proposals from individuals or groups of parliamentarians – rather than a single draft law agreed on by the Cabinet – is the …

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