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What exactly does “vaccination offer” mean? - September 21st is the deadline, but only for the first vaccination

What exactly does “vaccination offer” actually mean? In response to this request from FDP member of the Bundestag Konstantin Kuhle, the Federal Ministry of Health (BMG) finally gives official and written information. Accordingly, the promised summer date should only apply to the first vaccination.

Vaccination offer, now finalized: Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn / dpa

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Bastian Brauns was in charge of the “Capital” economic department Cicero from 2017 to 2021. Before that he was business editor at Time online and at the Stiftung Warentest. He completed his journalistic training at the Henri Nannen School.

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For a long time, the Federal Ministry of Health (BMG) avoided a specific written answer. “What, here you go, is a vaccination offer?” Asked Cicero at the BMG at the end of January. The thin answer at the time: "Please understand that we are not commenting on statements made by the minister." The aim was to define whether everyone who wants to should really be vaccinated by the end of the summer. Or whether they just get an offer to be vaccinated at some point.

The FDP member of the Bundestag Konstantin Kuhle has now made his own request to the BMG. The Ministry's answer lies Cicero exclusive before.

The politician wanted to know:

"Is the statement made by the Chancellor and the Federal Minister of Health that everyone can" offer a vaccination "by September 21, 2021 is to be understood as meaning that everyone who wants it will be vaccinated by September 21, 2021, or is it meant that everyone who would like to have an appointment for vaccination by September 21, 2021? "

The parliamentary state secretary of the CDU in the BMG, Sabine Weiss, has now answered:

"According to the aforementioned resolution of January 19, 2021, it is the common goal of the federal and state governments to offer such a vaccination to all citizens who are interested in a vaccination against COVID-19 by the end of summer at the latest."

The term “goal” is decisive here. To have one is honorable, but not a clear promise. And so the restriction follows immediately in the next sentence:

"Immediately after this statement, the resolution expressly states that this goal can only be achieved if vaccine approvals are granted as planned and promised delivery quantities are made on time."

To a certain extent, at this point responsibility is shifted to the regulatory authorities on the one hand and the vaccine manufacturers on the other. However, it is well known that political decisions have a considerable influence on approvals and also on delivery quantities.

But then the last sentence of the answer is politically decisive:

“The offer includes access to a vaccination and thus the start of immunization through the primary vaccination; the second vaccination should take place at the interval recommended by the licensing authority for the respective vaccine. "

As cumbersome as it may sound, it is clear from this that everyone who wants to be vaccinated should be vaccinated by the end of summer. However, and here is another restriction: This only applies to the initial vaccination. In view of the many millions of people in Germany, the completion of the complete vaccination through the recommended necessary second vaccination could not take place until well after the end of summer, purely logistically.

A clear communication from the Federal Minister of Health and the Federal Chancellor could therefore be: We want to make it possible for all those who want to be vaccinated to be vaccinated for the first time by the end of summer. Whether we can at least manage that, however, depends on the amount of vaccination doses available by then.

The FDP MP Konstantin Kuhle said opposite Cicero: “In view of these massive initial difficulties, the statement that all interested parties should at least have their first vaccination by the end of September is an ambitious goal. Especially in the hot phase of the federal election campaign in September, people will pay close attention to whether this goal is actually achieved. ”Because many people would hope for normality with a vaccination against the corona virus. The current undersupply of the vaccination centers with vaccines destroys this hope, especially for high-risk patients.

The federal election is scheduled to take place on September 26, 2021.

Ernst-Günther Konrad | Wed, February 17, 2021 - 2:39 pm

Nice and clever attempt by Cicero and Mr. Kuhle. But we will never get a clear and meaningful answer to this question, and certainly not until the elections that may take place. They don't know, they don't want to know either. Instead, weekly scare tactics, the spread of hope, resignation mediation, just to keep the pseudo-pandemic going. Why so little vaccine? Perhaps because the manufacturer is not liable and therefore the taxpayer. Perhaps because you are afraid of serious side effects and your willingness to vaccinate could decrease. You can still only read in alternative media about the fact that many vaccinated people, previously fit, suddenly die.
Prefers old people in old people's homes, defenseless and fearful. As a vaccination opponent, I am happy for the delays, for those who believe in vaccination it is humanly understandable a disaster. If Spahn says hello, you have to look out to see if it's light. I don't believe anything.

Gerhard Lenz | Fri, February 19, 2021 - 9.45 am

In reply to I did not expect anything else by Ernst-Günther Konrad

and who on the one hand does not want to believe what is published in the mainstream media,
on the other hand, but in good faith eagerly soaks up everything that is disseminated in the ideology-laden, self-embellishing educational media as alternative or neutral, is itself responsible for the weird worldview that inevitably results from it.

Of course, serious media report on possible side effects and deaths, which the "alternative" fact-spreaders of course immediately attribute to the vaccinations. After all, wherever ideology immediately corrects facts, one is in possession of higher knowledge that even surpasses that of the relevant experts.

Fortunately, there are a few marginalized groups: If such people were to dominate the scientific community, people would probably still be walking around with signs of the bubonic plague and would dismiss penicillin as the devil's stuff ... belief and the immune system will fix it.

Co-thinker | Wed, February 17, 2021 - 3:19 pm

That's good journalism! Finally it was made clear what exactly this "vaccination offer" actually means. It is a shame that the government does not manage to take the citizens with it in a similarly clear manner. Whereby this is certainly not due to a lack of ability, but rather to a lack of willingness ...

Bernd Muhlack | Wed, February 17, 2021 - 7:47 pm

That’s something, right?
"Sister, go away with the needle, what do you want with that needle?" Umpff!
Emil Steinberger, the old Swiss cabaret artist.

"Deadline for vaccination"
This is reminiscent of D-day: the beginning of OP Overlord - the landing of the Allies in Normandy.

Until a few years ago, I had a phobia of syringes in relation to taking blood samples: never "on the hinge!" (see above Emil); it's over.
Especially since this vaccination is intramuscular I will endure it hardened - if I should get an appointment; I'm a member of the Vulnerable Club.

Several birthdays are looming in the "stitch month of September", and daughters are getting older too!
And probably the BTW.

Today I received the postal voting documents for the LTW in BaWü - 21 offers!

"The party" Human World - for the wellbeing and happiness of all "was founded in 2013 by the yoga monk DADA Madhuvidyananda (= Michael Moritz)."
Sounds good, doesn't it? ooommhhh

Reminds of Dadaism - Trio!

ART! sure, of course!

Peter Lutz | Wed, February 17, 2021 - 9:27 pm

Yes, I asked the same question after Mr. Spahn made the statement "... make everyone a vaccination offer ...
An offer for when? An offer for the first vaccination, until when? For the second vaccination, until when? Summer 202x? No clear statement!
Nice that the Cicero was no different from me, although the Cicero at least got one answer, albeit an unsatisfactory one. Nice that a politician asked the same question and got an answer that is published here and meets my expectations if you read between the lines. The thing (vaccination offer) will go thoroughly in the pants!
If I am right, I hope that the current parties, government, ministers, state secretaries etc. will receive your bill for your failure on September 26th, 2021!

Lutz Gerke | Wed, February 17, 2021 - 10:25 p.m.

We all didn't know what viruses really are. The oversupply of hysteria, mutant screams and nasty, but all the more costly advertising has made us investigate. Because we had no other choice either.

Today, virology reminds me more of charlatanism, because it is fuzzy, uses wrong terms, and is not cleared up.
I've now crossed the last line and think that's all nonsense.
Of course I won't get vaccinated.

Who will explain what viruses are, where they are, what they are made of?
We always talk about the virus, which is technically wrong.
We talk about mutations as if viruses had vitality and therefore intended to better adapt in order to kill us all. Mutations are only imitations.

The mucous membrane sits in our nose. In the event of an infection (poisoning), the viruses are produced via a chemical process. The snots are the viruses, or if you will: the virus.

Annette Seliger | Thu, February 18, 2021 - 9:52 am

It's a tragedy. If you open the newspaper in the morning you read "Corona", if you watch the news on television, you see the same images of people wearing protective masks, people sticking cotton swabs into their noses. That is the same propaganda as the pictures of the polar bear on a tiny ice floe in the Arctic or the always identical breaking off of an ice glacier.
To stay normal during these times, I look at the death statistics and see which diseases have a higher mortality rate in Germany. Did you know, dear readers, that in Germany, for example, more people die from blood poisoning than from Corona ?! Is that why we do a lockdown every year to get sepsis under control?
It is really just absurd what is going on in this country and I honestly see no improvement.
I see Mr Kuhle's question as a party political scramble so that the FDP can get over the 5% hurdle again.

Ellen Wolff | Thu, February 18, 2021 - 8:14 pm

Why doesn't everyone who wants to be vaccinated not get a first dose first, it would protect against a severe course and thus against possible death from it. A small part of the population is fully vaccinated, with the result that the second vaccination also prevents slight progressions, and the rest of them look into the tube for a long time and do not at least get in front of you as quickly as possible heavy course protected. But that's just how it is in the package inserts. Where is the creativity and a healthy pragmatism?