Today, Thursday, German Health Minister Jens Spahn said that the number of people who received the vaccine against the Corona virus in his country is greater than he thought.
Young added in a press statement in Berlin, that “the discrepancy between the numbers that have been reported so far and those that the Robert Koch Institute has now concluded in the surveys, is due to the fact that some vaccinations may not have been recorded.”
“The vaccination campaigns of employees in major companies and those who received vaccinations by mobile vaccination teams in nursing centers and elsewhere, in particular, may not have been fully recorded,” Shaban added.
While the German Minister of Health warned that it is still too early to stop putting face masks inside or on board public transport, young people indicated that “it may be good not to put face masks in open places anymore.”
According to the Robert Koch Institute, the Center for Disease Control in Germany, about 80 percent of the population received two doses of the vaccine, while about 84 percent received at least one dose.
These statistics are more than 3.5 million people, compared to previously announced statistics.
The new statistics prepared by the Robert Koch Institute are based on opinion polls, and did not include people under the age of 18, which is why the Institute has not yet announced the new total number of those who received the vaccination in Germany, but the Institute has so far only adjusted the number of those who received the vaccine. Only the vaccine.
Anyone 12 years of age or older is eligible to receive a vaccine against corona in Germany.
Today, Thursday, the Robert Koch Institute recorded 11,644 new cases of HIV infection among the country’s population of 83 million people.
The institute added that 68 new deaths were reported during the past 24 hours, bringing the total death toll in the country to 94,027.
Source: “Associated Press”