Mosgortrans filed a lawsuit to protect its business reputation with the Moscow Arbitration Court against the Interregional Trade Union of Public Transport Workers, which stated that employees of the organization who refuse to be vaccinated against coronavirus are being massively suspended from work. About this “Rain” reported head of the trade union Yuri Dashkov.
The statement of claim says that Mosgortrans considered the letter of the trade union sent to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation to be incorrect and “defaming the business reputation of the department”.
In it, union representatives note that employees are “being forced to participate in a medical experiment on compulsory vaccination,” for refusing which several workers have already been dismissed. In particular, one tram driver was dismissed for refusing to be vaccinated, and this case is far from “the only one”.
As the newspaper writes, “Mosgortrans” requires the trade union to withdraw the sent letter and refute the disseminated information.
Earlier, the Interregional Trade Union of Public Transport Workers reported that they were contacted by 10 employees of the Moscow metro and tram drivers, who complained of suspension from work due to refusal to vaccinate. They said they intend to sue the employer.
June 16 Chief Sanitary Doctor of Moscow obliged to vaccinate 60% of workers. 60% of workers in trade, beauty salons, consumer services, public catering, and transport should be vaccinated.