Admission only with vaccination or immunity card - is that legal? Well-known politicians and lawyers have expressed their views. Some argue for it and call it a freedom premium. Others are clearly against it and call it a two-class society or a restriction of fundamental rights.
So far, no countries have passed a law that allows only immune persons access to leisure, culture and restaurants after lockdown. However, numerous lawyers in Germany and Switzerland argue that restaurateurs are allowed to restrict access to their restaurants according to the law of the house. Restricting access to people who can prove Covid-19 immunity or a recent negative test is not discriminatory, but a right. Restaurants could even advertise this, says Lindner, a legal philosopher from Augsburg.