Stefanie Dörre, Chefredakteurin vom Stadtmagazin tipBerlin

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.