In Germany, it’s not enough to be vaccinated.
In fact, it’s no longer enough to be double vaccinated.
It’s triple-vaxxed or nothing!
Germany has tightened its restrictions for anyone wanting to enter a restaurant and bar.
Unless they are triple vaxxed, they now have to provide a negative COVID test.
The double vaxxed have now become second class citizens.
Germany: Double Vaccinated No Longer Allowed into Restaurants Without Taking Tests – Only Triple Vaxxed Allowed Inside https://t.co/OQ6XfJ8vNm
— Cristina Seguí (@CristinaSegui_) January 5, 2022
The Gateway Pundit reports:
New restrictions have been announced today (January 4) which will affect double vaccinated and those who have recovered from Covid, who will now need to provide a daily negative test in order to enter many establishments in Hamburg, Germany.
Only those who have received their booster shot will be able to attend restaurants, cultural and sporting events indoors in the city without testing, meaning that double vaccinated are no longer considered fully vaccinated.
In the German city of Hamburg, the double vaccinated will no longer be allowed to eat in restaurants without also taking tests.
Only the triple vaccinated will be allowed without having to take tests.
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) January 4, 2022
Germany enacts new Covid restrictions: Double vaccinated no longer allowed to enter cafes/restaurants without taking tests. Tests not required for the "boosted." pic.twitter.com/cAwG41A34y
— Yes it's Justin! (@unwokepope) January 7, 2022
Germany tightens COVID-19 restrictions on bars and restaurants: Customers will now need to provide a negative COVID test or proof of a booster shot to enter.https://t.co/hlRRNyXv48 pic.twitter.com/hf1rTrQjLV
— DW News (@dwnews) January 7, 2022
DW News has more on the new restrictions:
Stricter regulations will be enforced in bars and restaurants nationwide.
Access to restaurants will be limited to people who are fully vaccinated or considered recovered who can additionally provide evidence of either a booster shot or a current negative COVID-19 test.
“It’s a strict rule, but it’s a necessary one that will help us better control infections [in the future] than is currently the case,” Scholz said, defending the measure.
Scholz emphasized the central role that booster shots will play in the weeks and months to come. He said the “best protection against omicron is a booster vaccination.”
#Germany’s leaders agreed Friday to toughen requirements for entry to restaurants and bars, and shortened quarantine and self-isolation periods as #Omicron variant spreads fast https://t.co/KITL2hHUM6
— Arab News (@arabnews) January 7, 2022
Germany Just Announced That The VAXXED are Banned From Restaurants Unless They Have The Booster Or A Negative Test https://t.co/6mQK7WUCEe
— Not the Bee (@Not_the_Bee) January 7, 2022
Anti-COVID restriction protests, meanwhile, continue to be commonplace throughout Germany.
Huge protests all across Germany tonight to demand an end to COVID restrictions.
Kiel, Germany tonight👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/Qm3mwPCdeO
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) January 7, 2022