World Kölner Kammerkref: Crafts calls for more vaccine for companies
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The vaccination prioritization has expired: many small and medium-sized enterprises now hope to be able to immunize their employees. But what works thanks to company doctors in corporations is often difficult in craftsters. The Chamber of Crafts to Cologne therefore call for the Federal Ministry of Health to provide more vaccine doses in the municipal vaccine centers.
Garrelt Duin, Chief Manager of the Handwerkskammer, says: "Where in large companies, operations can easily organize, this is in the small-scale structures of crafts associated with big difficulties. Now solidarity is in demand and a sophisticated approach at federal level. "
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The Chamber of Crafts to Cologne therefore appeals to the Federal Ministry of Health, the municipal vaccine centers for vaccinations that neither appeals can be made by operating or family doctors to provide the necessary vaccine doses.
"In this way, small and medium-sized enterprises could make their employees immunize, as larger companies could do this through their company doctors," said the chef continues.
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