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Vaccination: It comes to the protection of other people

An increase in the number of measles cases in Germany has fueled the debate on the compulsory vaccination. In an Interview with tagesschau.de lawyer, Bender makes it clear under which condition a compulsory vaccination is legally possible.

tagesschau.de: What are the legal bases there are in Germany, in order to oblige people to a vaccination against measles?

Michael Bender : For an arrangement of the vaccination, there is a legal basis, which is in principle constitutionally in order. Whether this legal basis is to be enabled for measles, must be medically evaluated and can only be on a professional basis evaluated.

The legal basis for compulsory vaccination in Germany is in the Federal law: the infection protection act (IfSG).

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