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Teacher had to quit without COVID-19 vaccination in Yakutia

Teacher had to quit without COVID-19 vaccination in Yakutia
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A teacher from school No. 7 in Yakutsk complained about being fired due to a refusal to be vaccinated against coronavirus. However, in the school itself, the information was denied.

According to Sakhaday, the math teacher resigned of her own free will after refusing to get the coronavirus vaccine. According to the teacher, they began to threaten her with suspension from work, during which the salary would not be calculated. She also noted that many teachers agreed to the vaccination under the threat of dismissal, and among the collective there is a manual that the school can be closed for three months if the teachers are not vaccinated.

At the same time, refusal to vaccinate does not entail suspension from work, according to the order of Rospotrebnadzor. Officially, a teacher can receive a medical treatment, but if the break exceeds four months, he will be dismissed.

At school, a refutation was given to the teacher's words. The collective letter from the teachers was promptly received by the Sakhaday editorial office. The teachers note that there is no pressure on them, and the complaints against the mathematics teacher were due to the poor performance of her official duties - she did not fill out the electronic journal since January 2021.

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