City Hall calls for already vaccinated health workers to return to work

City Hall calls for already vaccinated health workers to return to work
City Hall calls for already vaccinated health workers to return to work

Americana

Altogether, 75 civil servants were removed because they belong to the risk group

By André Rossi

01 Apr 2021 at 08:00

Article link: https://liberal.com.br/cidades/americana/prefeitura-convoca-servidores-da-saude-ja-vacinados-para-retornarem-ao-trabalho-1478010/

The Health Department of Americana called this Wednesday (31), to return to work, all employees removed due to pandemic and who have already been vaccinated against the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The measure is supported by a judicial decision by the Regional Labor Court of the 15th Region.

The summons was published in the Official Gazette. In all, 75 health workers were on leave because they belong to the group at risk for the disease.

The forecast of the city hall is that 60% will return as early as Monday (5). The rest must return when the 14-day period has elapsed after receiving the second dose of the vaccine.

At the same time, the secretariat also summoned workers who have not yet been vaccinated to schedule their work. Once immunized with the complete vaccine cycle, they will return to their jobs.

“There is no justification for employees who have already been immunized to remain on leave,” evaluated Health Secretary Danilo Carvalho Oliveira.

“We are going through the worst moment of the pandemic and these workers are fundamental in their respective areas of activity,” said the secretary.

The summons is based on the suspension of the preliminary injunction of a collective civil action, filed by the SSPMA (Union of Public Civil Servants of Americana), on March 12.

The decision allows the return of all health workers who have already been vaccinated, as well as teachers and other staff members of the risk group.

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