Unapproved vaccine? Investigators stop vaccination campaign in Lübeck

Status: 11/28/2021 11:20 a.m.

The police and security service stopped a possibly illegal vaccination campaign at Lübeck airport on Saturday afternoon. An apparently unapproved vaccine is said to have been administered to almost 50 people there.

The rush for the possibly illegal vaccination campaign was great. About 80 people are said to have waited in front of the Lübeck airport building and 150 more in the production hall, according to a police spokesman. The investigators stopped the action and ensured vaccination samples, syringes and vaccination lists. At this point in time, however, the vaccine is said to have already been administered to 50 people.

AUDIO: Police stop vaccination campaign in Lübeck (1 min)

The airport is owned by Winfried Stocker

Lübeck Airport belongs to the entrepreneur and doctor Winfried Stöcker, who claims to have developed a corona vaccine. The police did not confirm that this drug was vaccinated yesterday, but they are investigating a possible violation of the Medicines Act. The police and the public prosecutor will announce more details tomorrow.

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News for Schleswig-Holstein | 11/28/2021 | 10:00 a.m

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