To protect against the corona virus, the state of Baden-Württemberg had distributed millions of FFP2 masks to schools, administration or nursing homes – many of them faulty and unusable. What happens to the damage that has occurred now?
The refore, “a legal dispute is very likely,” the spokesman continued.
In 2020, the state government of Baden-Württemberg announced that it would be distributing millions of FFP2 masks free of charge to protect against the corona virus. After the Ministry of Social Affairs had to admit at the beginning of February that not all of the protective masks met the requirements and that around 3.5 million masks from the state’s supply were partly defective, a recall was started.
Nursing homes were also given faulty FFP2 masks
The country bought the masks itself and had them delivered by the federal government. A total of 13 manufacturers, including both German and foreign companies, had delivered defective masks at the beginning of the pandemic.