Some schoolchildren in Germany have been asked each day to go in front of their class and state their vaccination status, resulting in applause for some and scorn for others.
Article by Art Moore from our news partners at WND News Center.
The report in Germany’s leading newspaper, Die Welt, was relayed by British journalist Alex Story in a segment for the TV channel GB News.
Story said the “ritual humiliation” of unvaccinated children was one of three developments in the European nation that “should raise an alarm bell for people who are for the mandate.”
The children who are unvaccinated, he said, must explain to their classmates why they are not. Another concerning development is the requirement of wristbands for shoppers to verify vaccination for COVID-19.
“Those people who don’t have the wristbands won’t be able to go shopping across a multitude of stores,” Story said.
The third one, he said, “is possibly more reminiscent of 1930s Germany.”
Cafes in Berlin, he reported, were giving out free cups of coffee for people, regardless of vaccination status. But the daily newspaper Der Tagesspiegel launched a campaign against the coffee shops, pressing them to stop giving freebees to the unvaccinated.
See the report:
'The ritual humiliation of children [in Germany] who are asked to go to the front of the class and state their vaccination status daily, those who are vaccinated are applauded.'
Journalist Alex Story reports on coronavirus restrictions in EU countries. pic.twitter.com/0UzCpphgtS
— GB News (@GBNEWS) December 10, 2021