Brazil’s residential condos may compel employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19

The issue is still recent and experts explain whether or not it is legal to demand the vaccination of employees and residents to be allowed access to the building.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In São Paulo, the "vaccine passport" is mandatory in events with over 500 people and a number of establishments and services have also started to demand proof of immunization against Covid-19.

In condominiums, the issue is still recent and specialists explain if it is legal or not to require the vaccination of employees and residents themselves to circulate in the building.

According to Rodrigo Karpat, an attorney specialized in condominiums, the Federal Supreme Court has ruled that it is legal to demand vaccination in work environments. "This will minimize the risk of infection both . . .

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