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10. 09. 2021. 00:00   >>  14:34 0

SLOVENIA

Mandatory vaccine for public administration employees

The state administration employees in Slovenia will have to be vaccinated or have a certificate that they have recovered from Covid-19, otherwise they will not be able to work with clients, announced the Minister of Economy and Deputy Prime Minister Zdravko Pocivalsek.

"Employees who are in contact with people will be asked to be vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19," he said, adding that a negative Covid-19 test will no longer be valid, the Hina agency reported.

Pocivalsek said that it was one of the steps to take a "harder" position regarding the need to vaccinate as many people as possible. He emphasized that it should have been done earlier.

According to him, such a move is made possible by law and regulations in the field of occupational safety.

Now that there are enough vaccines, the state can no longer be a “hostage” of those who oppose mandatory vaccination, and the government will set an example to others by encouraging greater immunization in the state administration.

In recent weeks some unions, including the education union and the soldiers' union, as well as some representatives of the police union expressed reservations regarding the so-called PCT working conditions (recovered-vaccinated-tested rule) or compulsory vaccination.

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