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Unvaccinated employees will be suspended from work in Primorye

Unvaccinated employees will be suspended from work in Primorye

In the Primorsky Territory, employees who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus will be suspended from work or transferred to a remote mode. In the near future, it will be impossible to visit public places without presenting a vaccination document.

According to IAA EastRussia in the press service of the regional government, it was decided to strengthen preventive measures against coronavirus in the region. As noted by the chief sanitary doctor of Primorye Tatyana Detkovskaya, an increase in cases of coronavirus has been observed in the last week. She called for strengthening control over the observance of the mask regime, sanitary filters, disinfection, as well as intensify vaccination.

“We are not talking about the closure of the business, but there is a resolution of the chief sanitary doctor, which we must comply with. All measures must be taken to protect the population. The region is on high alert, ”said Oleg Kozhemyako, Governor of Primorye.

Based on the rate of incidence, the regional authorities introduced compulsory coronavirus vaccination for certain categories of citizens. Governor Oleg Kozhemyako also instructed to form the necessary package of documents for the preparation of a resolution of the regional government, according to which it will be possible to get to catering places and other public institutions of Primorsky Krai only by QR codes.

The sanitary authorities of the Primorsky Territory recorded a serious increase in the incidence of coronavirus infection among employees transport sector region. In a week in this industry, the number of cases has tripled.


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