The number of corona infections continues to rise dramatically. The Infection Protection Act now also provides for a 3G rule in the workplace. This also applies to supermarkets.
Neckarsulm – The intensive care units in Germany are reaching their limits again. More and more people are infected with the corona virus, and the number of infections is rising rapidly. The federal government is now pulling the rip cord and has passed a new infection protection law. Among other things, this provides for a 3G regulation for the workplace. In future, employees will have to prove that they have been vaccinated, recovered or tested negative. From now on, 3G will also apply to employees of supermarkets such as Kaufland.
BW24 * reports how the Kaufland company reacted to the 3G regulation.
There are no restrictions whatsoever for customers of supermarkets and discounters. * BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.