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Given new rules requiring proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19, what are the prospects of mandatory jabs in Germany?
Warning people not to be "naive" enough to believe the coronavirus will "miraculously" disappear, the German chancellor outlined plans for a vaccine mandate in an interview with the Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz has said he favors compulsory jabs for everyone eligible, and similar measures have already been put in place in other EU countries. However, many hurdles remain.
Saxony's dentists are sounding the alarm: They fear that many clinics will close when compulsory vaccination against COVID-19 becomes mandatory for health professionals in mid-March. Why is that?
Although Rwanda says it will not mandate people to take COVID-19 vaccines, some residents — especially in rural areas — say officials have been forcing Rwandans to take the jabs.
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