US News: COVID-19: In Germany, the sanitary pass is now required in companies

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Le personnel de la Berliner Seilfabrik, une PME allemande face aux nouvelles restrictions contre la Covid-19. © France 24 the staff of the Berliner Seilfabrik, a German SME against the new restrictions against CVIV-19.

Faced with a number of unpublished contaminations since the beginning of the Pandemic of Covid-19, Germany hardens its sanitary restrictions. While the 100,000 deathbar has been crossed, and in the hope of avoiding a new confinement, the authorities bet on the health care. It has become mandatory in companies since Wednesday. Nick Spicer and Anne Maillet went to meet the staff of a CVVID-19 SME.

Berliner Seilfabrik, SME Berlin specialized in the manufacture of ropeing games, has not been spared by the pandemic of Covid-19 : last year, two of its employees were Carried away by the virus, before the vaccination campaign begins.

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The epidemic recovery recalls the 130 employees of the company with this painful memory. Also for their boss, David Köhler, the new restrictions are obvious: "We are now allowed to ask them for their health status. They can refuse to tell us whether they are vaccinated or not, but in this case they are required to present us a negative test daily. "

for the dozen non-vaccinated on the site, the equation is simple: without negative test, they can not work. But this lack of compromise reassures the other employees, such as Christian: "It's more about like that. It may not be very nice for those who are not vaccinated, and who must be tested every day. But we can not do anything otherwise to stem the pandemic. "

In transport as well

The "vaccinated, cured or tested" formula is now also that of transportation, where the sanitary pass is required since Wednesday.

and for cause: The number of contaminations in Germany has never been as high, as evidenced by long queues in screening centers.

Faced with the reluctance of part of the population to be vaccinated, the restrictions appear as the inevitable alternative for some Berliners, like Marielle: "You have to strengthen them, if not at a given moment, no one can go to work. If it continues, the economy will collapse. "

Strengthening restrictions could well continue: the return of general confinement is not excluded by the German health authorities.

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