Obligatory vaccination for Portuguese workers rejected by syndicates, bosses and minority parties

With more and more studies pointing to the reduction over time of efficacy of current Covid vaccines, syndicates and employers in Portugal have agreed there is no need to make them a prerequisite for getting or remaining in work. João Vieira Lopes, president of the CCP (Portuguese Confederation of Commerce and Services) said the high levels of vaccination and reduced number of contagions in the workplace would seem to make such a rule unnecessary. Left wingers PCP, as well as other minority parties like Iniciativa Liberal and Chega have said it would be totally unconstitutional to even try.