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The number of corona deaths threatens to rise in the third wave, including among the younger ones. That is why progress in vaccination is so important. But while some are super fix, the others are clearly behind.

Measured by the size of the population of the federal state, most vaccinations were given in Saarland, for example: the rate of first vaccinations here as of March 26th is 12.3 percent, in Saxony only 8.9 percent.

In most federal states, people from the second priority group began to vaccinate at the beginning of March. In some countries this has not yet been done completely or only in a few parts of the country.

The second prioritization group takes into account people who, according to paragraph three of the Corona Vaccination Ordinance, have a "high priority" right to vaccination. This includes people who are 70 years of age and older, as well as people with severe previous illnesses who, if they had Covid 19 disease, would have a high or very high risk of a severe course.

This includes people with trisomy 21 and those who suffer from dementia, an intellectual disability or severe psychiatric illnesses. In addition, patients after organ transplants, with acute cancer diseases and cancer patients whose disease was less than five years ago.

People with chronic liver or kidney diseases and severe lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis are also included in the second group.

Continue to be from the federal government these groups of people named with high priority:

★ Up to two close contacts of people in need of care who do not live in an institution, who are over 70 years old, who have had an organ transplant or who have one of the aforementioned diseases or disabilities.

Up to two close contact persons for pregnant women.

★ People who work in inpatient or semi-inpatient facilities for mentally or mentally disabled people or who regularly treat, care for or care for mentally or mentally disabled people as part of outpatient care services.

People who work in medical facilities or in the context of the exercise of a medical profession with a high or increased risk of corona infection, in particular doctors and staff with regular patient contact, staff from the blood and plasma donation services and in corona test centers.

★ Police and emergency services who are exposed to a high risk of infection while on duty, for example during demonstrations. It also includes soldiers who are exposed to a high risk of infection when deployed abroad

People who work in missions abroad of the Federal Republic of Germany or for the German Archaeological Institute at locations with inadequate health care and are consequently exposed to a high risk of infection.

★ People who work abroad for German political foundations or organizations and institutions based in the Federal Republic of Germany in the areas of crisis prevention, stabilization, post-conflict rehabilitation, development cooperation or foreign cultural and educational policy or as German citizens in international organizations in places with inadequate health care and as a result are exposed to a high risk of infection.

People who work in childcare facilities, day care, elementary schools, special schools or special needs schools.

★ People in the public health service and in particularly relevant positions in maintaining the hospital infrastructure.

People who are housed or employed in particular in refugee and homeless facilities or in other facilities for the homeless or in women's shelters.

★ People who regularly work with older people or people in need of care within the framework of the offers for support in everyday life within the meaning of Section 45a of the Eleventh Book of the Social Code.

Who can be vaccinated and where?

Who can get vaccinated next? This is the current status of vaccinations in the federal states.

▶︎ Baden-Württemberg: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far, 1,628,665 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Bavaria: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and, in some parts of the country, priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far, 2,071,325 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Berlin: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far 579 095 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Brandenburg: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far 372 815 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Bremen: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and partly of priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far 113 806 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Hamburg: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and partly of priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far, 276 740 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Hesse: All persons of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far, 938 167 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far, 226 869 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Lower Saxony: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far 1,190 115 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ North Rhine-Westphalia: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority")

As of March 26, 2021, 2,453,526 vaccinations had been carried out.

▶︎ Rhineland-Palatinate: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority")

So far 646 422 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Saarland: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

As of March 26, 2021, 162,453 vaccinations had been carried out.

▶︎ Saxony: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far, 580 493 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Saxony-Anhalt: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and, in some parts of the country, priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far 315,919 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Schleswig-Holstein: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far 447 089 vaccinations have been carried out.

▶︎ Thuringia: People of priority level 1 ("highest priority") and priority level 2 ("high priority").

So far, 359,940 vaccinations have been carried out.

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