Writing in The Telegraph, Mr Kielinger also referenced the German medical authorities controversial refusal to approve the Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine for those over 65-years-old.
According to health ministers, 1.45 million doses had been delivered to Germany, but only 240,000 had been used by February 23.
Mr Kielinger added later: “Germans wonder, why couldn’t their leaders come up with an orderly way of distributing the vaccines?
“But a multiplicity of authorities are all competing for prominence and even their family doctor is so far not allowed to administer the jab.
“Ursula von der Leyen, the head of the European Commission, has hardly improved matters, overseeing a mess in Brussels even worse than that in her homeland.”