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Ambu changes stance, mandates vaccines for US workers

Despite previous statements against a vaccine mandate for its US workforce, the medtech company is now enforcing that very same requirement, writes business daily Børsen.

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Ambu is now following the lead of several US-based companies and mandating Covid-19 vaccines for its around 400 employees in the US, the Danish medtech company informs domestic financial daily Børsen.

"In the US, we've started mandating vaccines because our sellers couldn't visit clients – that is, hospitals. If an employee will not let themselves be vaccinated, we will consider – on an individual basis – if the person is able to meaningfully fulfill their job anyway," the medtech company writes to Børsen.

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