In Germany 80-Year-Olds Need To Fill In TEN Forms Before Receiving Their Covid-19 Vaccination Shot !!!!

Europe's largest economy appears to be lagging behind with only 10 per cent of it's adult population so far having received their first dose of the vaccine. Pictured: Near empty vaccination centre in Germany in recent weeks
Daily Mail: Red tape farce of the German vaccination roll-out as it emerges 80-year-olds have to fill in TEN forms just to get the jab
* Angela Merkel's coalition government facing criticism over handling pandemic * Only 10 per cent of Germany's adult population received first dose of vaccine * It does not make list of top 20 nations in terms of vaccination rates worldwide
The vaccine roll-out in Germany has descended into chaos as it emerged that 80-year-olds have to fill in ten forms just to get the jab.
Angela Merkel's coalition government is facing increasing criticism over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic with its vaccination program now faltering.
Europe's largest economy appears to be lagging behind with only 10 per cent of it's adult population having received their first dose of the vaccine as of this week.
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Update: Germany woefully behind with COVID vaccinations, and shortages only small part of an "unbelievable" problem (CBS)
WNU editor: This so symbolizes how bureaucratized Europe has become, and one of the many reasons why Europe's vaccination roll-out has been a disaster.
For a different perspective this is what I had to go through.
I live in Montreal, Canada. In the case of my 94 year-old mother all that I had to do was book an appointment online. Show up at the appointed time and place. Present her medical identification card to prove who she is. She was then registered into the system that she is there, and what shot she will receiving. Another person then asked her some basic questions on her health (that took about 2 minutes), and then she received a confirmation on when is her second shot (which was also emailed and texted to me immediately). She then received her first shot. Waited 15 minutes for any severe reaction. And we then went home. The entire process at the vaccination center took about 25 minutes. It could have been faster, but my mother is a slow walker (she is after-all 94 years old)Original Article

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