Most districts not planning mandatory vaccination at kindergartens
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The vast majority of the municipalities in the capital are not making the employment of people working in kindergartens and nurseries conditional on the receiving the coronavirus vaccination, citing the high vaccination rate, the lack of uniform government measures and adequate data, writes 24.hu, based on the responses from the districts.
While leadership in Districts XVI and XII has made vaccination mandatory for kindergarten and nursery workers, the local government of Csepel does not plan to introduce compulsory vaccination in the office and various companies and institutions of the local government.
They justified their decision with the 88% vaccination rate.
The management of Kőbánya is acting similarly.
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