If B117 continues to spread, it will be much more difficult.
This is the warning from the head of the Robert Koch Institute, the German National Board of Health, Lothar Wieler.
More than 9,000 infected people are still registered every day in Germany, and not only is the number too high, it also seems to be stagnant , according to both the National Board of Health and the Minister of Health Jens Spahn.
According to Wieler, the proportion of B117 cases is increasing, and therefore the call is also to stay at home, be tested and not least to be vaccinated if you get the offer.
Due to the mutations, more outbreaks are also expected, also with young people and children being infected, says Lothar Wieler.