A man holds a sign that says "zero COVID" wearing a winter jacket and hat outside in front of chancellery in Berlin.

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In Germany, the pandemic has ushered in a new crop of vocabulary words like impfneid, the feeling of resentment that other people are getting vaccinated before you.

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A demonstrator holds up a poster that reads: "Zero COVID" in front of the chancellery in Berlin as he attends a protest demanding a strategy for a harder lockdown to eliminate the coronavirus and the lifting of patents on COVID-19 vaccines, Feb. 10, 2021. 

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