Gov't has started serving job suspension notices to health staff who refuse to be vaccinated

Gov't has started serving job suspension notices to health staff who refuse to be vaccinated

A total of 5,895 acts of job suspension are in the process of being served to workers in the private and public health sectors who refuse to be vaccinated, as the deadline for their obligatory inoculation against Covid-19 expired on Wednesday.

The government had said it would not extend the deadline, but would proceed with suspensions from work and garnering of salaries. On the same deadline (Sept. 1), it also activated a platform for auxiliary health staff to apply for temporary jobs. The platform will only remain open until September 8, to cover any gaps in services where health staff have been suspended.

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