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A group of hundreds of people who refused to be vaccinated against a new type of coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV-2) (Covid-19) attacked journalists in Berlin on Saturday in Berlin.

In a central part of the German capital, Friedrichshain, police say nearly five hundred gathered for an unauthorized demonstration. Several people were arrested for violating epidemiological regulations and resisting the police.

The demonstrators attacked a number of journalists. One of them, who was filming the illegal demonstration with his mobile phone, was transferred from his device which he managed to recover after a quarrel. The alleged perpetrator must be held responsible for the attempted burglary.

According to a report by regional public service media company Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB), a demonstration titled No to Vaccination was originally held on Saturday afternoon at the time of the movement, but was not allowed due to an alleged infection control violation. Rules.

In Germany, there are no plans to impose an obligation to vaccinate, but there is an obligation to vaccinate.

The new government, which is expected to take office on December 8, plans to ask the German Ethics Board (Deutscher Ethikrat), an independent panel of experts to study and formulate ethical issues affecting German society as a whole, in order to come to a decision. By the end of the year, the matter can be discussed and decided upon in the Federal Parliament (Bundestag). The commitment can be submitted from February. Failure to comply with the obligation will not result in a coercive measure but a fine for non-compliance.

According to the latest data released by the federal government executive on Saturday, 126.6 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines were administered in the 345 days of the vaccination campaign.

The pace of the campaign has accelerated in recent days. In the week ending Friday, an average of 743,000 doses were given per day — roughly nine vaccines per second. At the beginning of November, the daily rate was still around 300,000.