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COVID-19: Merkel begs Germans to get vaccinated as infections continue to soar

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COVID-19: Merkel begs Germans to get vaccinated as infections continue to soar

COVID-19: Merkel begs Germans to get vaccinated as infections continue to soar

"Now it (the vaccine) is here, and all we have to do is grab it," said Merkel.

"Grab it fast.

I beg you, join in and try to convince relatives and friends, too."


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