Gauselmann Group is offering its vaccination campaign into employees of companies from the region.
Company Founder and CEO Paul Gauselmann said: “We can only win the fight against the pandemic together. That is why I think it goes without saying that we also make our infrastructure available to other companies in the region who may not have the space to have the vaccinations carried out.”
The Espelkamp sun protection manufacturer Kadeco jumped at the opportunity to get 50 employees vaccinated.
Rüdiger Hey, Kadeco’s technical director said: “Being able to vaccinate our workforce in the immediate vicinity is of course a great opportunity. We are very happy that the Gauselmann Group made us this offer and we look forward to the trusting and unbureaucratic cooperation.”
Sylvia Blaha, who is in charge of the Gauselmann Group project together with the health management team, said: “We are pleased about this news and are happy that we can offer the companies this opportunity. So far, around 50 companies have registered to use the Impfstraße in the old foundry for their employees. With the prospect of more vaccination doses, there is now even additional capacity for companies and their workforce. “The places are allocated according to the order in which the e-mails are received.”
Caption: Rüdiger Hey from Kadeco with Sylvia Blaha (right) and Nadine Meyer at the Gauselmann Group’s Impfstraße.