Exceptions: Persons who should not receive Corona vaccination

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On Thursday, the federal government presented draft legislation on the Corona vaccination requirement, which is scheduled to take effect on Feb. 1, 2022. Exemptions from the vaccination requirement have now been defined in more detail by the Ministry of Health.

Pregnant women: Due to the increased danger and the increased risk for severe courses of COVID-19 as well as a higher rate of premature births, vaccination against COVID-19 is explicitly recommended in pregnancy from the 2nd trimester onwards, depending on the vaccination status. However, since pregnancy is a medically very sensitive phase, especially in the first trimester, there are concerns that any complications in pregnancy could be unfoundedly attributed to vaccination. In the 1st trimester, vaccination against COVID-19 is therefore not recommended due to theoretical considerations.

Allergic: Allergy or hypersensitivity confirmed by an allergist to individual ingredients present in all COVID-19 vaccines licensed at the time and therefore a barrier to vaccination.

Up to 6 months after organ transplantation: whether a reason for exclusion exists beyond this time must be discussed with the physician or physician in charge of the patient.

Graft vs. Host Disease: when a donor’s cells react against a patient’s body after a bone marrow or stem cell transplant.

Up to 3 months after stem cell transplant, after consultation with the attending physician.

Autoimmune disease: acute episode of severe inflammatory/autoimmune disease until disease state is stabilized

The Ministry of Health document on Corona vaccination can be found here.

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