Employees Must Now Report To Their Employer Where They Have Been On Holiday

The obligation to report to the employer where the employee has been on holiday applies to those who have not had covid-19 in the last six months or have not completed the vaccination. They must show proof of a negative test in order to be allowed into the workplace.

Without it, employers cannot allow employees into the workplace if they come from high-risk countries. If the employee returns from a moderate or mild risk country, they can go to work with a respirator, which they must wear until the test is completed.

But critics of the measure say the employer has no right to control where the employee goes on holiday.

The Confederation of Industry and Transport has prepared a ‘hygiene manual’ for companies.