At Place de la Republique, Paris
At Place de la Republique, Paris
Julie Farrar

FRANCE

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ITALY

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GERMANY

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BELGIUM

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SPAIN

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GREECE

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PORTUGAL

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UNITED KINGDOM

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TURKEY

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ISRAEL

SAUDI ARABIA


AUSTRALIA

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ARGENTINA

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BRAZIL

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COLOMBIA

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MEXICO

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U.S.

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Texas In Germany? Saxony Mixes Anti-Vaxxers And Far-Right Politics

When it comes to vaccination rates, there are striking parallels between Germany and the United States. The states with the most opposition to vaccines differ politically from those with the highest vaccination rates. Now the consequences for booster shots are starting to become visible, especially in the United States.

A protest in Saxony last year against COVID-19 restrictions

Zentralbild/dpa via ZUMA
Daniel Friedrich Sturm

-Analysis-

WASHINGTON — Ok, so Saxony was singled out last week in a New York Times article as an example of the disastrous vaccination situation in parts of Europe. The article talks about the link between anti-vaxxers and the political success of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in the eastern German state.

In a sense, Saxony is Germany's Texas. For instance, 59% of U.S. citizens are fully vaccinated, but in strictly Republican Texas, where Donald Trump overwhelmingly won the 2020 election, this figure stands at 54%.

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