Greater freedom in Germany for citizens vaccinated against the coronavirus. The German upper house has approved the law to ease restrictions on vaccinated people, which will be signed by the president and published in the official gazette by the end of the day. Read also The new measures had already been approved yesterday by the lower house and will allow citizens, already vaccinated, to meet without restrictions on number. They will also not be counted in meetings attended by unvaccinated people. For them, the 10 pm curfew will not be valid, much contested by the German population in recent months, but the use of masks and distancing will remain in force.