Slovakia postpones 3G duty in the workplace

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BRATISLAVA (dpa-AFX) – While neighboring countries like Austria are tightening their corona rules, Slovakia is backing down from the measures that have just been adopted. On Friday, the health authorities in Bratislava announced that the 3G requirement in the workplace would be postponed indefinitely.

It was only on Thursday that the government decided that from Monday, in addition to those who have been vaccinated and recovered, only those people who can prove a negative corona test at least twice a week may go to work. A week earlier, Parliament had created the legal basis for employers to check the relevant evidence and to exclude employees without 3G evidence from entering their workplaces without having to pay them a wage replacement.

The Public Health Office UVZ, which is responsible for the detailed regulations and the monitoring of the measures, announced on Friday via the state news agency TASR that the 3G obligation in the workplace could not come into force on Monday. The government has not yet clarified who has to bear the costs of the corona tests and controls. Health Minister Vladimir Lengvarsky announced “intensive negotiations” between the ministries on the TV news channel TA3 that evening. However, he admitted that it was not yet clear whether employers, employees or the state would pay for these costs. / Ct / DP / he


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