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Teachers complained about forced vaccination against COVID-19 in Buryatia

Teachers complained about forced vaccination against COVID-19 in Buryatia
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Teachers of the Tataurovsky branch of the Baikal College of Tourism and Service appealed to the Ombudsman in Buryatia, Yulia Zhambalova. According to educators, they are threatened with being barred from work if they are not vaccinated.

According to the portal Arigus, the Ombudsman announced this on her Facebook page. Moreover, this is not the second complaint from teachers about the compulsion to vaccinate. The first complaint was quickly worked out with the participation of the Ministry of Education of the republic.

However, yesterday in the messenger, the college management began to send messages to teachers that the statement of refusal of vaccination will not be taken into account. And those who will not be vaccinated will not be allowed to work after passing the summer medical examination.

Yulia Zhambalova noted that it is unacceptable to force them to be vaccinated. On the complaint of teachers, she plans to send an appeal to the prosecutor's office.

 

 

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