"Fundamental rights are not a privilege granted by the state in a generous gesture," he writes in an article for Superillu magazine. "People who do not pose a health risk to others have the right to full grant of their basic rights."
These fundamental rights could be restricted “for very important reasons, taking into account proportionality” if this would serve the general public. But if the reasons for the restrictions no longer existed, the fundamental rights would have to apply again. This is the case because the Robert Koch Institute has determined that people who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus can only extremely rarely transmit it to other people.