3G in Restaurants?

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20 minutes ago, karin_brenig said:

 

are you vaccinated? if not, then you will have to provide a doctor's Krankmeldung to be receiving full pay.

https://www.tk.de/firmenkunden/versicherung/arbeitgeberinfos-coronavirus/corona-quarantaene/wer-zahlt-gehalt-fuer-mitarbeiter-in-quarantaene-2080048?tkcm=aaus


Thank you. I am vaccinated and I proved it to my work. I asked my doctor and they said they can’t provide notes after a certain date. I am waiting to hear from my doctor if I am within that certain date. I called the Gesundheitsamt and they gave me another email address to get proof of quarantine and that can be used by my employer to get money back from the government. I’ll wait to hear from my doctor first. It’s extremely unfair if I can’t get paid being that I am vaccinated and I was required to stay home. 
 

Edit: I’m in Probezeit for this job (part time). I don’t want to make waves. 

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5 minutes ago, bennetn said:


Fuck you on about?   You know nothing about much, never mind me.

Butt out then if you don't live here and have no money in the game.

If you are the owner of this forum, feel free to delete my account. If you aren't, you can put me on ignore. 

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12 minutes ago, yourkeau said:

And you?

 

Take a guess ?? I've lived here for a long time.  You obviously haven't. 

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1 hour ago, vulturesquadron said:

It seems vaccination with the current leaky vaccines cannot end the pandemic. I would be happy to be wrong here!

 

"The idea that herd immunity can be achieved with a coronavirus vaccine is "mythical", the UK's top vaccine boss has warned.

Professor Sir Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group, said on Tuesday that herd immunity is “not a possibility” with the current Delta variant."

https://www.yahoo.com/news/mythical-covid-jab-result-herd-immunity-warns-top-vaccine-boss-160028483.html

 

"Once again, many scientists find themselves with the belief that the emergence of the Omicron variant announces the end of the pandemic and the virus’ transition into endemicity. Their prediction is largely based upon the initial observation that Omicron seems to be causing rather mild disease symptoms which they interpret as being indicative of a virus that—although more infectious—is now becoming less virulent and, therefore, increasingly featuring endemic behavior. I am afraid that once again, I don’t agree—a pandemic can only be tamed by herd immunity. Given the high vaccine coverage rates in most industrialized countries, we have generated anything but herd immunity."

https://www.voiceforscienceandsolidarity.org/scientific-blog/to-all-those-who-believe-omicron-is-signaling-the-transition-of-the-pandemic-into-endemicity

 

 

Much to my surprise that is the first post of yours that I largely agree with at least in respect to the current vaccines and vaccination status in most countries around the world.

Vaccination is however still worthwhile whether you believe it offers some protection against infection and serious illness or not, it will undeniably get you into a restaurant etc.

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12 minutes ago, Jonny said:

Take a guess ?? I've lived here for a long time.  You obviously haven't. 

You lived in Germany for a long time but you haven't been active on this forum until now. Because otherwise, you would know me. 

 

I have been active on this forum for 10 years, out of them 3 years not in Germany. 

 

There were three main hot points on this forum:

1. Greek crisis of 2012 (I was pro Greece)

2. Syrian refugee crisis of 2014-2015 (I was pro refugees)

3. Trump+Brexit (anti Trump/pro EU). 

 

Now, pandemic. 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, keith2011 said:

Vaccination is however still worthwhile whether you believe it offers some protection against infection and serious illness or not, it will undeniably get you into a restaurant etc.

 

Getting into a restaurant should not be a reason to get a vaccine. 

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3 minutes ago, yourkeau said:

You lived in Germany for a long time but you haven't been active on this forum until now. Because otherwise, you would know me. 

 

I have been active on this forum for 10 years, out of them 3 years not in Germany. 

 

There were three main hot points on this forum:

1. Greek crisis of 2012 (I was pro Greece)

2. Syrian refugee crisis of 2014-2015 (I was pro refugees)

3. Trump+Brexit (anti Trump/pro EU). 

 

Now, pandemic. 

 

 

And were you always this crazy and unintelligible ?

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6 minutes ago, keith2011 said:

Vaccination is however still worthwhile whether you believe it offers some protection against infection and serious illness or not, it will undeniably get you into a restaurant etc.

 

Imagine being so tragic that you're getting vaccinated just to go to a restaurant.
Surely no-one's doing that and everyone getting vaccinated believes in the vaccine at least a little bit?

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2 minutes ago, Jonny said:

 

Getting into a restaurant should not be a reason to get a vaccine. 

 

I suggest that for those that are fully vaccinated  being able to lead an almost normal life is definitely a perk though! :P

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33 minutes ago, yourkeau said:

If you are the owner of this forum, feel free to delete my account. If you aren't, you can put me on ignore. 

I generally don't ignore anyone, it's only the presumptious shortsighted nonsense you post that catches my attention.

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6 minutes ago, keith2011 said:

 

I suggest that for those that are fully vaccinated  being able to lead an almost normal life is definitely a perk though! :P

You're both right.

 

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26 minutes ago, Jonny said:

And were you always this crazy and unintelligible ?

Yes. 

 

If being humane is "crazy", definitely, yes, I am crazy and have always been.

 

In those years I was called "crazy" for suggesting that one should not put people in concentration camps merely for crossing the border without papers. These people are treated automatically as potential criminals and get locked. 

 

You were silent on this. And now you complain that you are not allowed into restaurants. But you supported this system for decades. You wanted the government to "make it safe for you". And when the government does exactly what it was supposed to do for decades, you now complain. 

 

Of course, I do not support the vaccine mandate (or any medical mandate whatsoever). I wrote this only because you wanted to put me in a box and you wanted to confirm your bias that I am Hitler. 

 

Good luck. 

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18 hours ago, Eric7 said:

I've taken the time to reply to you... let's try to keep it civil, eh?

I think it's time for you to shut the fuck up.

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1 hour ago, Krieg said:

 

Nobody is talking here about vaccination status, nor who pays for the lost time.   It is about employers requesting MC when everyone says the quarantine paper is enough. 

 

Talking about who can read, what are you 12?

 

if "everyone" says quarantine papers are enough to get paid for "lost time", then "everyone" has to refer back to the information provided about a change to that regulation, effective November 1st 2021, stating that quarantine papers are not enough anymore for the unvaccinated. Unvaccinated people now have to be actually sick to receive sick pay.

 

About my reading skills - totally not related to my age - but thanks for asking: I am 65

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Recurring COVID-19 infections are potentially more common than most might think, according to Dr. Assedu Kalik, internal medicine specialist and primary care physician, especially for those who are unvaccinated.

Kalik said he has seen many patients since the beginning of the pandemic who have been infected more than once by COVID-19.

"It's very common to get reinfected, especially now with omicron; it's very rampant ... it's very fast-spreading," he said.

Reinfection, he said, typically occurs between three-to-four months after the first infection for those who are unvaccinated, as natural immunity typically only lasts in the body for the same duration of time.

"After five months, natural immunity does not last," he said. "People think, 'oh, I had it and now I'm good.' No, you're not good, you're going to be in trouble within four months' time."

 

 

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43 minutes ago, keith2011 said:

 

I suggest that for those that are fully vaccinated  being able to lead an almost normal life is definitely a perk though! :P

Being able to lead a normal life should not be a perk. It's a right that has been slowly removed by governments who certainly in the UK at least,  have given themselves more power than they ought to have.  In the US,  at least the supreme Court has rolled back some of the changes they deemed their idiot president did not have the right to make. 

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2 minutes ago, karin_brenig said:

 

if "everyone" says quarantine papers are enough to get paid for "lost time", then "everyone" has to refer back to the information provided about a change to that regulation, effective November 1st 2021, stating that quarantine papers are not enough anymore for the unvaccinated. Unvaccinated people now have to be actually sick to receive sick pay.

 

Considering you are the one claiming to understand better than everyone else, how difficult can be to understand that the problem we are discussing is not related to vaccination status.  At my work, like it seems it is happening in several other places they are requesting sick leave and saying the quarantine paper is not enough even when you are vaccinated.   And the government (Gesundamt) says the quarantine paper is enough.

 

Read again:  VACCINATION STATUS IS IRRELEVANT TO THE ISSUE.

 

Possible misunderstanding the employers are having:  They think because the different paperwork they would have to file for the unvaccinated ones they believe they have to request MC slip for everyone.  But I think they are wrong.   I might know more about this next week.

 

2 minutes ago, karin_brenig said:

 

About my reading skills - totally not related to my age - but thanks for asking: I am 65

 

I think you didn't even get what I said.   Funny, considering your attitude.

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