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German hospitals say full lockdown is ‘not necessary’

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The German Hospital Federation, which represents hospital owners, has come out against a general anti-coronavirus lockdown in Germany, saying such a move was not necessary for the time being to prevent their facilities from being overwhelmed. “A lockdown for everyone is not necessary in the current situation, at least from our point of view. We would favour consistent contact restrictions, especially for the unvaccinated,” Gerald Gass, chairperson of the hospital group, told public broadcaster ZDF on Monday. Measures aimed at the unvaccinated have “nothing to do with harassment, but is more ab…

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