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Controversial corona rage in the morgue: University clinic quits employee

An employee of the Munich University Clinic spreads false information about the compulsory corona test and films her place of work. The video has consequences.

Munich – A case from Munich is currently causing a stir: In a video, an employee of the Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich speaks angrily about the applicable Corona * rules and criticizes alleged requirements for health care personnel. She shot the whole thing in a morgue.

There was applause for the angry but untrue words of the young woman on the part of the Corona skeptics as well as from the anti-vaccination scene. However, she is now feeling the consequences for the video and the spread of false information. reports on it.

Controversial Corona rage speech: Employees of the University of Munich films the morgue

In the almost four and a half minute video on Instagram, the employee was furious about an alleged PCR test obligation for unvaccinated staff at the university clinic, the costs of which they allegedly had to bear themselves. According to the young woman, such guidelines mean that many employees quit and the emergency continues to worsen.

In the morgue she was in at the time of admission, she showed several cupboards and claimed that of the 22 bodies only three died of corona infection. She believes that the virus is not the reason for the current situation, but the shortage of skilled workers.

The video was made on the premises of the pathological institute. In a press release, the university commented on the case: “The LMU dissociates itself as strictly as possible from the content of the video and also points out that the shooting and posting of video material on the LMU premises for private purposes and without permission is not permitted. A termination without notice is also initiated. ”In addition, the employee has already been banned from entering the house.

Termination without notice: University of Munich distances itself from corona statements by the employee

“In the current situation, everyone has to be cautious and considerate in order to help sick people as best as possible and to support the heavily stressed health care personnel. The dissemination of such videos certainly does not contribute to this, ”says the university.

The terminated employee also distorts the applicable Corona rules for the staff. According to the LMU, the 3G rule applies. Unvaccinated employees who have not recovered could, however, submit a free rapid test as evidence. “Since November 13th, 2021 there have been daily free antigen rapid tests (citizen tests) at all recognized corona test centers,” it says on the official website. (as)

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