Seat enables a space for the unvaccinated in the dining room

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SEAT factory in Martorell.

The automotive company Seat has been a pioneer in providing two spaces in the dining room: one for the vaccinated and the other for the unvaccinated.

Company sources consulted by Ser string, have confirmed that the measure has been underway for weeks, with the approval of union representatives and with the aim of protecting their employees.

Specifically, the measure only affects 4% of its workforce, since the rest have the complete guideline. And they have recalled that it must be the worker himself who is located in the specific area, since the covid passport cannot be required. Measure that they do apply, for example in Italy where generally all workers have to show the certificate to be able to access the company.

In the new unvaccinated area, the company has placed screens and capacity is limited.

In addition, the company recalls that in the rest of the areas of the Martorell (Barcelona) plant, the use of a mask is mandatory.

The measure, company sources have also pointed out, is applied in other work centers

In full confinement, during 2020, the company already confirmed that it was performing 15,000 PCR on its employees in order to continue with industrial activity.

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