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A vaccination action week was launched in Germany on Monday (September 13) to halt the fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic, MTI reported.

The essence of the national campaign called #HierWirdGeimpft (#IttOltanak) is to vaccinate yourself easily and in the least amount of time possible for someone who has not yet done so. Accordingly, hundreds of vaccination points have been set up in the places many of them turn around from the very beginning. Temporary stations can be visited without prior registration.

The vaccine will also be taken to places such as the capital’s Olympic Stadium, where spectators are expected to see the Berlin International Diamond League Athletics (ISTAF) station, Stuttgart’s six most famous music venues and the local mosque at Huckelhoven in Aachen. In addition, vaccines can be collected in home furnishing stores, shopping centers, libraries, amusement parks and zoos.

German newspapers quoted experts as saying that at least 75 percent of vaccination is required to reduce the strength of the fourth wave, with 104.2 million doses of the vaccine so far in Germany. At least one dose was given to 66.5 percent of the population, 5,5315,227 people, and 62.2 percent of the population, 5,171,807 people, fully vaccinated.

According to the Robert Koch Institute of Public Health (RKI) on Monday, 5,511 new infections were recorded in the past 24 hours, nearly twenty percent more than 4,779 in the previous week. And there were 12 new victims of the epidemic, bringing the number of deaths to 92,618.

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