Germany passes bill to allow privileges, reduce restrictions for vaccinated people

May 7, 2021

Today, the German parliament approved a bill that allows increased privileges and reduced restrictions for people who have received a full COVID-19 vaccine.

The same rules would apply to those who are fully recovered from COVID, and have the means to prove it.

A new set of rules

According to the bill, the following measures will go into effect on May 9 in Germany.

  • Curfew restrictions would no longer apply.
  • Meetings attended exclusively by vaccinated or recovered persons would have participant limitation restrictions removed..
  • Access to activities like shopping or visiting the hairdresser would be allowed without having to show proof of a negative test.
  • People returning to Germany will not have to quarantine

What stays the same?

More information can be found in German at 

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