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Novo Nordisk to introduce vaccine mandate at US facilities from Dec. 8

Novo Nordisk's employees in the US must soon be fully vaccinated, says press chief. This news comes in connection with a new corona passport rule for the company's employees in Denmark, which will come into force on Friday.

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Denmark's biggest pharmaceutical company, Novo Nordisk, will require a valid corona passport at all large meetings, social arrangements and its fitness centers from Friday onwards, the company tells MedWatch in an email.

"From Friday Nov. 12, Novo Nordisk will require corona passtports in Danish workplaces for internal and external attendees at meetings with more than 200 participants, corona passports at holiday parties and social arrangements regardless of the number of participants and corona passports to gain access to our fitness centers," Director, Media Relations at Novo Nordisk Mette Kruse Danielsen writes in the email.

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