In Britain, doctors warned of dismissal due to vaccinations: deadline set
Anti-Vaccinators have been urged to look for new jobs.
Physicians UK nursing homes are encouraged to get vaccinated against coronavirus or look for another job. This statement was made in the Ministry of Health, reports Chronicle.info with reference to RBC.
Staff in nursing homes in Great Britain were reminded of the deadline for vaccination against COVID-19, which expires on November 11. Otherwise, they are encouraged to find another job.
“If you work in a nursing home, you work with some of the most vulnerable people in our country. If you can't worry about going and getting vaccinated, then leave and find another job & # 187 ;, & # 8212; Sajid Javid, Minister of Health of Great Britain, said.
He noted that he would not consider extending the deadline for vaccinations as they were introduced for the safety and benefit of nursing home residents.
– If you want to look after them, if you want to cook for them, if you want to feed them, if you want to put them to bed, then you should get vaccinated. If you are not going to get vaccinated, then why are you working in the care sector? & # 187;, & # 8212; said Javid.
According to the National Health Service, over 92% of nursing home workers received one dose of vaccine and over 84% of workers are fully vaccinated.
It is also noted that the National Relief Association estimates , 40,000 people may be forced to quit their jobs due to the vaccination deadline, and almost 80,000 & # 171; are still in the danger zone & # 187; because they only received one dose.
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