The Tyrol rescue service is happy about a “successful vaccination start”. At the weekend, the Covid-19 vaccinations started there: Around 250 employees made use of the offer and were vaccinated on Saturday. Rescue service personnel are very willing to vaccinate and reservations are low, according to the rescue service.
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Vaccination doses almost used up
The medical team was able to vaccinate 252 employees on Saturday, and around 50 more people will follow on Monday. “This means that the employees who work in the screening lanes, in the mobile screening teams and in the antigen tests are vaccinated,” explains Fluckinger. In addition, the first emergency doctors and paramedics have already received their injections.
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The employees who we vaccinated on Saturday are very grateful that they received the vaccination,” says Thomas Fluckinger. “You can tell,” says the chief physician, “that you have been waiting urgently for the vaccination.”
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“No alternative to vaccination”
For paramedic Andreas Kreidl from Mayrhofen, one of those vaccinated on Saturday, there was never no doubt that he would be vaccinated, even though the vaccination is also done on a voluntary basis for the rescue service personnel. “I am glad that we could now be vaccinated so quickly. Everyone has to decide for themselves whether they want to be vaccinated. But I would recommend the vaccination to everyone. “Kreidl is convinced that” the vaccination offers additional protection, especially if you work in the rescue service almost every day “.
The re is no alternative to vaccination,” he explains. “In my opinion, it is essential that our employees get vaccinated, especially with regard to virus mutations. Otherwise we cannot get the pandemic under control. ” (TT)