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Covit-19 vaccine should be given to judicial staff

Covit-19 vaccine should be given to judicial staff

The managing director of the courts, Siegfried Steele Figueroa, announced today Judicial power will require all of its staff Prove that you are vaccinated against the Covit-19 virus.

“By enforcing these measures, the judicial authority joins the efforts of other government agencies with the aim of protecting the health and lives of all judges and the public who visit the courts,” Steele Figueroa explained.

From September 30thEvery person working in the judiciary must prove that he or she has been vaccinated against Govt-19 by providing a vaccination card or any other physical or digital form issued by a competent authority.

A person is considered to have been properly vaccinated 14 days after the second dose of the Pfizer or Modern vaccine or 14 days after the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

After the specified date, Individuals who do not wish to be vaccinated, Or if for any reason such a vaccine cannot be proven, Negative COVID-19 results should be submitted to your immediate supervisor on a weekly basisIt should be given on the first business day of each week when there is an infection. The results should come from the virus test performed within the previous 72 hours, outside of business hours.

Employees who do not follow the implemented procedures cannot report to their workplace. In this case, you have the option to use the applicable licenses yourself or to settle the corresponding compensation time. If you do not have accumulated balance, you should take leave without pay as per applicable terms.

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