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GRATA International
Self-isolation for contacts of the first and second levels, foreigners arriving from foreign countries, is canceled from December 22, 2021. Self-isolation is also cancelled for citizens of Belarus...
Cyprus
Solsidus Law
The second year of the pandemic left no stone unturned and of course the legal profession could not remain unaffected.
Vrikis & Kouppi LLC
As per the new restrictive measures announced on the 21st December 2021, the following shall be applicable...
Denmark
Norrbom Vinding
The Government has introduced a bill entitling employers to require that employees present a valid corona passport or be tested for COVID-19.
Norrbom Vinding
The Government and the social partners have made a tripartite agreement to reintroduce the statutory basis for employers to require that employees be tested for COVID-19.
France
Mayer Brown
France entered the new year not in the most festive of moods. On December 31, 2021, the country had reached a sad record—262,000 new COVID-19 infections in only 24 hours.
Iceland
Envoy Global, Inc.
The government of Iceland announced that the country's current border measures will remain in place until 20 Feb. 2022.
Latvia
Envoy Global, Inc.
The government of Latvia will extend a state of emergency until 28 Feb. 2022, maintaining existing COVID-19 safety measures.
Luxembourg
Arendt & Medernach
The implementation of the compulsory CovidCheck 3G regime comes into effect on Saturday 15 January 2022 in Luxembourg.
Wildgen
As announced by the Luxembourg government, each employer in Luxembourg will be obliged to apply "3G" COVID Checks at the office for a temporary period as from 15 January 2022...
Ogier
Following further disruption caused by new strains of Covid-19, new measures have been introduced in Luxembourg to combat the spread of the virus within the workplace.
Netherlands
lus Laboris
Can an employer request an unvaccinated employee to conduct a self-test at least once a week? In a first ruling on the topic in summary proceedings...
Loyens & Loeff
Just prior to Christmas eve, the Supreme Court answered the preliminary questions posed by the District Court of Limburg. In these preliminary ruling proceedings...
Poland
Envoy Global, Inc.
Beginning 1 Feb. 2022, the government of Poland will decrease the initial validity of the EU COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate in Poland to 270 days (nine months).
Switzerland
Altenburger
Our Partner Birgit Sambeth Glasner, new president of the Swiss Bar Association, was interviewed by Fokus Rechtsguide on various issues related to the legal profession as well as on the influence of Pandemic on the legal system.
Envoy Global, Inc.
The government of Switzerland announced that current COVID-19 safety measures will remain in place until 31 March 2022.
Turkey
Aksu Çalışkan Beygo Attorney Partnership (“ASC Law”)
The Turkish economy, already stagnant for years, continues to suffer from a nearly decade-long depreciation of its currency, coupled with, more recently, the severe blow of Covid-19.
UK
BLM
As at 5 January 2022, over 11,000 care home workers were reported to have been off work due to COVID-19. Over 90 care home operators in England have declared a "red" alert, meaning staffing ratios have been breached.
BCL Solicitors LLP
In these extraordinary times, it may be worth a reminder of precisely how the UK government is able to criminalise ordinary conduct by the general population, such as leaving one's home
lus Laboris
As Covid-19 continues to bite, the questions for every country around the world are what kind of government measures have succeeded in shoring up the economy and setting the stage for economic recovery -
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