Stricter rules at work and on buses and trains

Corona infections continue to rise rapidly. There are hardly any free beds left in the intensive care units. Planned operations have to be postponed. This is one of the reasons why there are once again stricter Corona rules starting on Wednesday, November 24th. Throughout Germany, the new Infection Protection Act stipulates that passengers on buses and trains must be vaccinated, recovered or have a current rapid test (3G). Employees must also be vaccinated, recovered or tested if they want to go to work. This has been decided by the Bundestag and the Bundesrat. A rapid test may only be valid for a maximum of 24 hours, a PCR test for a maximum of 48 hours. If employees refuse the test, the company can dock their pay. The company must offer employees home offices if it is possible. These regulations are to apply until March 19th, 2022.

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