Countries that impose vaccination
The increase in infections and Accumulated Incidence For every one hundred thousand inhabitants in some European countries, it has caused some governments to take action on the matter to curb the rise in registered cases.
Austria was the first country to take urgent action. As of Monday, November 22, the generalized confinement for the entire population will begin and it will last 20 days, both for those vaccinated and for people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. What’s more, The Austrian Executive announced the mandatory vaccination as of February 1.
In Austria, only 63.88% of the population has received the complete vaccination schedule and last Thursday registered a new record of daily cases, with more than 15,000 in a single day. The The government’s decision to confine the population led to citizens took to the streets of Vienna to protest also against compulsory vaccination, in addition to the imposition of the COVID passport.
Nevertheless, Austria will not be the only country in Europe announcing new restrictions due to the increase in cases of coronavirus. These are the countries that also impose vaccination to deal with this situation.
Germany, mandatory vaccine for “sensitive sectors”
Another of the countries that also suffers the consequences of this new wave is Germany. The German country registered a AI greater than 300 cases for every one hundred thousand inhabitants and also spikes of infections in a single day of more than 60 thousand cases.
For the moment, vaccination is mandatory for “sensitive sectors” among which is the health personnel or those who “are in contact with vulnerable populations.” This decision can be extended to other labor groups and even the entire population, according to German media, although the decision has not yet been made.
Restrictions are studied for the unvaccinated, for example, their exclusion from certain public places, such as transportation.
Italy obliges to present vaccination certificate
One of the measures adopted by the Government of Mario Draghi was the obligation to present the vaccination certificate for him use of transport and also for those workers who carry out their work both in the public and private sector. Otherwise, either a negative test or a document proving that the disease has been passed is required.
France forces its toilets to get vaccinated
With respect to France, lThe third dose of the vaccine will be administered from December in people over 50 years of age, and it is not foreseen at the moment that it is recommended to minors of this age. Despite the rebound in registered infections, the French Government rules out confining its population again.
The vaccine, to date, is mandatory for health personnel, in addition to all employees who work together with vulnerable people. For this, it is mandatory that doctors have at least one dose. This is reflected in the law approved on September 15.
Greece imposed vaccination in September
Another of the countries that has already imposed mandatory vaccination was Greece. The Hellenic country decreed this measure in September both for health workers and workers in senior centers. What’s more, requires the vaccination certificate to go to shops or banks.
In the case of bars and restaurants, only the vaccinated can be indoors, while outdoors the unvaccinated must present a negative PCR test.
The Netherlands requires the certificate for shops and leisure centers
In the case of Netherlands, if you want to go to the shops already different leisure centers and entertainment, is It is mandatory to present the vaccination certificate. In addition, the use of the mask is mandatory both in stores and in different public places, after earlier this month the Executive of Mark Rutte decided to impose these measures again.
Russia, pending approval of vaccination certificate
Given the increase in reported infections in Russia caused by the Delta variant, Russia is awaiting the approval of the bill for implement the mandatory nature of a vaccination certificate for the entire population, in case you want to use the transport and to circulate through public places.
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