25 Dec 2021 7:09 pm
The Bavarian State Minister for Health and Care Klaus Holetschek (CSU) is confident that the general compulsory vaccination against the coronavirus will be introduced in the spring. In his opinion, fines alone are not enough as a sanction against violations. Unvaccinated people should also be punished with financial disadvantages in health insurance.
Bavaria’s Minister of Health Klaus Holetschek (CSU) is demanding not only fines but also noticeable financial disadvantages in health insurance for unvaccinated people. They should pay higher contributions and have to bear all or part of the treatment costs themselves. In addition, sick pay should be canceled for unvaccinated people. The reported that Editorial network Germany (RND) on Saturday, citing a conversation with the Minister of State.
The 57-year-old lawyer, who has headed the Bavarian State Ministry for Health and Care since January of this year, admitted to the RND sure that the general compulsory vaccination against Corona will be legally introduced in spring 2022.
Holetschek sees no violation of the social security code or the welfare state principle of the Basic Law in the malus regulations for unvaccinated people that he calls for. A similar regulation already exists for the treatment of the consequences of cosmetic surgery, tattoos or piercings. Anyone who does not get vaccinated should also be suspected of having a COVID-19 disease, argues the minister.
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