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December 1 deadline: Get COVID19 vaccination if you love your job - FG tells workers

Forward of the December 1 deadline for the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for Federal civil servants, the Federal Authorities has warned workers who love their jobs to go and get vaccinated.  

 

Recall that the chairman of the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19 and Secretary to the Authorities of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, had introduced that efficient December 1, 2021, unvaccinated Federal Authorities staff gained’t be allowed entry into any public places of work, as a part of measures to include the unfold of the pandemic.

 

Whereas talking through the COVID-19 vaccination replace on Monday, November 23, the Minister of Well being, Osagie Ehanire, noticed that the COVID19 vaccine mandate has turn into a world phenomenon and Nigeria can not afford to be left behind within the battle in opposition to the pandemic.

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“There’s a deadline already set and we hope that it’ll encourage these civil servants who love their jobs and are but to take the COVID-19 vaccine to take the jab for their very own good. The reason being that there’s proof that helps the truth that if you’re totally vaccinated, the impact of COVID-19 gained’t be a lot on you. However that isn’t the identical with unvaccinated individuals. There are greater possibilities of survival if a completely vaccinated particular person comes down with COVID-19.

Nevertheless, those that haven’t taken the vaccine are a menace to the security of different individuals who have been totally vaccinated and presumably share similar public locations with them by advantage of being colleagues. There’s the next danger of them infecting different individuals, and that’s what we wish to keep away from. Along with that, we wish to safe the well being of others who share the identical public areas.

Evidently, most international locations now insist on presenting proof of full vaccination earlier than somebody is being allowed into public locations.”Ehanire mentioned

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