Should, but not obliged: in St. Petersburg, urgently needs to vaccinate all couriers
Delivery services are not required to vaccinate couriers, although this is one of the most contact professions.
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In fact, online services act only as aggregators, so they do not have a direct responsibility
Speaker's quote: Kirill Stus, head of practice at the Intercessia Law Firm, notes that delivery services do not formally bear any responsibility for the vaccination of couriers. One of the most common schemes when hiring a courier is through a partner company. In this case, the courier is drawn up according to the Labor Code with an entry in the work book.
"In fact, online services act only as aggregators, so they do not have a direct responsibility. However, they may not be allowed to work with couriers of partner companies that have not provided vaccinations to their employees. In the event that partner companies work with couriers through contracts of a civil nature, such legal relations are not subject to the rules and regulations of labor law. Consequently, couriers are not recognized as employees of partners, and the companies themselves are not their employers. In this case, partner companies are not obliged to provide vaccination of couriers, "the lawyer explains.