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CompuGoup Medical starts vaccinations at Koblenz campus

June 22, 2021 | Elena Schwenk

Less than a week after the end of the vaccination prioritization and the approval for company physicians for the vaccination campaign in Germany, CGM has started vaccinating employees at the Koblenz campus. The first 105 doses of the vaccine BioNTech were already vaccinated on June 10.

Up to and including June 21, CGM provided its employees with initial vaccinations every day in the Innovationsforum at the Koblenz campus. By then, all 600 people who registered for a vaccination offer at the Koblenz location have received their vaccination. The second vaccinations are then due in around six weeks.

"The health and safety of our employees is our top priority, and we are also pleased to be able to contribute to the containment of the pandemic. Thank you to everyone who has helped organize and implement the vaccinations and will continue to assist in the coming weeks! Thank you also to the BAD and its team of doctors. We'll keep at it until everyone who wants to be vaccinated is vaccinated, and not just in Germany," said CEO Dirk Wössner about the Group's vaccination launch.

After Koblenz, the vaccination offer is soon to be extended to the other German sites and beyond that, it is planned to offer free vaccination to all CGM employees worldwide who want to be vaccinated soon. Our focus is on our employees in regions particularly hard hit by COVID-19, such as the 1,500 colleagues in India.

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