When Karl Lauterbach (and Jens Spahn was no different) announced the infection protection measures for the Corona wave in autumn, the expert carousel immediately got hot again: medical representatives, teachers, virologists – they all express their concerns and somehow know better. That would be okay if it weren’t for the well-known repetition pattern in the third year of Corona and the impression that the experts aren’t primarily concerned with the matter at hand, but rather with the motto: I have a say, therefore I am. That scares some people, it makes me tired. And I’m not alone. You can tell how jaded people are when you’re on a plane or sitting among people with their masks under their chins and nobody really cares.
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