Vaccine choice follows politics in US. Why doesn’t it in Germany?
Online marketer David Becker and his wife chose not to vaccinate against COVID-19. And even after they were both diagnosed with the disease, from which they have since recovered, they say they do not regret their decision.
Mr. Becker, who has attended three demonstrations for the preservation of civil rights, characterizes the German government’s vaccine-approval process as hasty, for a technology that’s unproven. And he says the governmental pressure to vaccinate is unfair. “I find it absolutely cruel for politicians to put so much pressure on unvaccinated people.”