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Unvaccinated shift workers will not be employed in Kamchatka

Unvaccinated shift workers will not be employed in Kamchatka
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In the Kamchatka Territory, since November 1, employers have been banned from employing shift workers who are not vaccinated against coronavirus. The changes will affect all seasonal workers.

According to the decree of the governor of Kamchatka, Vladimir Solodov, the ban applies to construction, mining, fishery and other enterprises where there are seasonal workers.

Previously, such requirements applied only to visiting shift workers from other regions, but now the ban has been extended to local residents. Those arriving from other regions must provide the results of a PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before arrival and a certificate of vaccination or previous coronavirus.

An exception is employees who have a medical certificate on contraindications for vaccination against coronavirus or confirmation of a coronavirus transferred no earlier than six months ago.

 

 

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