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Three days off after vaccination against COVID proposed to be introduced in Russia

Three days off after vaccination against COVID proposed to be introduced in Russia
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The Institute for Social Research and Civil Initiatives Development (ISIRGI) has proposed to introduce three mandatory days off after vaccination against coronavirus. Employers may be required to provide rest days after each stage of vaccination.

According to RIA News, such norms were proposed by the director of ISIRGI Maxim Petunin. He sent his letter to the head of the Ministry of Labor Anton Kotyakov and the speakers of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko and Viacheslav Volodin.

Rest days should not only be provided after vaccination, but salaries during this period should be maintained. In addition to coronavirus, according to Petunin's proposal, such measures are necessary for any disease in a pandemic. Paid time off is currently not available under the labor code. If an employee has a fever after vaccination, then the day off remains only at the discretion of the employer.

Such measures, says the director of ISIRGI, can help mass vaccination in anticipation of the next wave of coronavirus. And from the fact that many employers do not go to meet employees, some of them remain unprotected from the coronavirus.

 

 

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