Ambu introduces corona passport requirement in Denmark

Employees at Ambu will now be asked to show a valid corona passport on request. Other companies are holding off, as the Danish parliament discusses the proposal in an accelerated process.

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Hundreds of employees at medtech company Ambu in Denmark must be able to provide a valid corona passport, as the company is making them obligatory, Danish business daily Børsen reports.

"We are introducing a corona passport requirement. We will not be checking them – we trust our employees to live up to the requirement," Ambu's press coordinator Mikkel Trier Wagner told the media in an email.

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