Vaccination against Corona ?: Tweet with Günther Jauch causes a lot of fuss


Berlin –

TV star Günther Jauch is one of the faces of the federal government’s corona vaccination campaign – a tweet from the Ministry of Health has been causing a stir on the internet since Sunday (June 27).

  • Tweet with Günther Jauch causes a stir in the network
  • Federal Ministry of Health advertises vaccination campaign with the moderator
  • Has Jauch been vaccinated despite the corona disease?

What happened? On Sunday, Minister Jens Spahn’s department tweeted a photo of Jauch from the campaign and wrote that the moderator had been vaccinated.

But: Jauch fell ill with Covid-19 in the spring and could therefore not even be vaccinated – he had made this public at the time, several of his TV shows had to be canceled.

Tweet with Günther Jauch: The Federal Ministry of Health has to correct itself

Numerous users promptly criticized the statement, and the Federal Ministry of Health corrected itself. “Unfortunately, we made a mistake, Günther Jauch, wants to ‘get vaccinated”, was the answer to the originally incorrect article.

Jauch had already made it clear at the start of the campaign that he had not yet been vaccinated and had only posed with a plaster for the photos. “I won’t be vaccinated until it’s my turn. I don’t know when it is yet, ”he emphasized.

He then became infected with the corona virus in April 2021. Those who have recovered should wait six months before they can be vaccinated. (dpa / mg)

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