Porsche Holding Salzburg launches COVID-19 vaccination campaign for its employees throughout Austria

  • Vaccination routes in the Porschehof Salzburg and the TVZ in Wals-Siezenheim
  • Two mobile vaccination buses making their way to 51 dealerships throughout Austria
  • Vaccinations on offer to around 7,000 employees and their relatives


Salzburg, 1 June 2021 - Porsche Holding Salzburg is taking measures to protect its employees and customers! As of today, Porsche Holding employees throughout Austria will be able to make an appointment and take advantage of voluntary COVID-19 vaccinations. For this purpose, vaccination routes have been set up in the Porschehof in Salzburg and in the TVZ in Wals-Siezenheim. Furthermore, until mid-June, two mobile vaccination buses will be making their way across Austria to the 51 retail dealerships that allow employees to be vaccinated.

"Vaccination is the best way to protect against COVID-19 and possible serious consequences of the disease. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have worked hard to protect the health of our employees and customers. With our company vaccination campaign, and shortly before the holiday season, we are now pleased to be able to provide a little more health security and to contribute to returning to normality," says Paul Gahleitner, Head of Human Resources of Porsche Holding.

Porsche Holding Salzburg is offering all 7,000 employees and their relatives the option of receiving a COVID-19 vaccination. The vaccination team consists of doctors and occupational health professionals, who are being supported by paramedics from Porsche Holding Salzburg. The programme will make use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is being provided by the federal government. It goes without saying that vaccination is voluntary for all concerned.