Et seems time to take stock. This is what the German Ethics Council did, for example, which published the “lessons learned” on Monday after two years of the Corona crisis. Such reflections are important, because some pandemic issues may still be relevant after the last mask has fallen – such as the government’s failed coronavirus vaccination awareness campaign. It felt like little more than a website and a few posters with celebrities sporting band-aids. Some people got the impression that the government was leaving it to the media to educate people and encourage them to get vaccinated.

Why weren’t information letters sent to all citizens? Constantly available information hotlines set up and massively advertised? Vaccination appointments, as in Spain, given directly by phone? To date, the vaccination rate in Germany has fallen short of the target value defined by the Robert Koch Institute, and many skeptics could not be convinced.

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