Compulsory Vaccination: Those who refuse to work without pay and insurance – Vaccinated in their place
The Compulsory Vaccination for the employees in the care units for the elderly and the medical staff is expected to be submitted to the Parliament during the week, while at the same time the severe penalties that will be given to those who refuse to be vaccinated will be recorded in detail.
Seeing the deterioration of epidemiological data and in view of the difficult autumn that is coming, the government is considering the possibility of expanding the list of obligations to other professional sectors.
The prime minister, who is currently touring Messinia and Arcadia, is expected to send a new message, among other things, about the need for vaccination, which is the only shield against the constant mutations of the coronavirus.
Compulsory Vaccination – No pay and no insurance
The penalties will be particularly severe for those workers who belong to the sectors where vaccination is mandatory and refuse to do so.
Mandatory Vaccination – According to information, the government will exhaust all the margins in order to convince and rush to the vaccination centers. If this does not happen then there will be severe sanctions which will refer to the legislation that will be submitted to the Parliament during the week.
It has already been announced that the employees will be suspended, ie they will not be paid and will not have insurance contributions.
However, there will be no disciplinary action against them, as, as the government has noted, compulsory unpaid leave is not combined with dismissal.
To fill the gaps that will be created, the recruitment of people vaccinated with fixed-term contracts will be accelerated.
Speaking to SKAI, Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis said: “If the suspension is indefinite and the pandemic ends, should the employee who was hired lose his job?
That is, the person who was vaccinated will lose his job for the irresponsible person who was not vaccinated? “
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