Vaccine mandate for certain workplace settings

The German Bundestag has approved the implementation of a vaccine mandate for certain workplace settings. By 15 March 2022, employees in clinics, nursing homes and similar facilities must provide proof of being vaccinated or having recently recovered from COVID-19. The aim is to provide older and more vulnerable people with better protection against COVID-19 infection.

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Recording Vaccine mandate for certain workplace settings held on 24 February 2022

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These questions will be answered by a panel of experts from the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration Baden-Württemberg: Prof. Uwe Lahl (Head of Ministry), Dr. Tobias Schneider (Head of Social Affairs Department), Dr. Thilo Walker (Head of Health Department), Christine Engelhardt (Head of Social Security Department), Dr. Jochen Wehrle (State Health Department), Dr. Simone Höckele-Häfner (Head of Department) and Dr. Lisa Moos (State Health Department)

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Last updated: 16 March 2022

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