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The German district of Bautzen announces that it will not implement the mandatory vaccination of medical staff, which will take effect in mid-March.


Remarkable scenes occurred in front of about 3,000 citizens in Bautzen, including numerous caregivers. CDU District Administrator Michael Harig had previously pointed out that without the unvaccinated staff, the care of the sick and those in need of care could not be guaranteed: "In the already existing tense situation - related to the availability of skilled workers in care, even a loss of 'only' ten percent of the active people can not be compensated."

Vice-Landrat Udo Witschas now even spoke at the demonstration on Monday and declared that the district of Bautzen would not implement the vaccination requirement for medical staff. Actually, it is intended that hospitals report unvaccinated nurses to the respective health department, which then issues a de facto occupational ban. But that is precisely what the office in the Bautzen district is not supposed to do. Witschas said, "I can tell you why there will not be the ban on entering the hospital in our district on March 16. There is a very simple answer to this question: who is supposed to take care of these people in need of care and assistance when you are no longer there?"

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