Covid Vaccine | There is no free treatment for those who have not been vaccinated; The government has tightened its grip

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Thiruvananthapuram: At the Covid Review Meeting, it was decided that those who do not co-operate with the Covid prevention measures should no longer be given free treatment. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan made this clear in a Facebook post. The government will not pay for the treatment of those who become Kovid positive without receiving the Kovid Vaccine. The CM also said that those who are unable to get vaccinated due to diseases, allergies, etc. should produce a government doctor’s certificate.

Teachers and staff who do not receive the vaccine and have physical problems such as illness or allergies must produce a government doctor’s certificate. Those who are not must attend the vaccination or submit a RTPCR test on a weekly basis at their own expense. This is in view of the safety of students going to schools and colleges. This also applies to employees working in offices and public places.

Omikron suggested strengthening vigilance in the context of the Kovid variant. The travel history of those arriving at airports from abroad should be strictly checked. Steps must be taken to strictly adhere to the declared protocol. Do not compromise on that.

Local government representatives should seriously intervene to find the rest to complete the second dose of vaccination. The health department has been directed to organize a special vaccination drive from December 1 to 15. The district collectors were directed to complete the preparations accordingly. Children with disabilities will be allowed to attend schools. There will be no change in school working hours for the time being. It was also decided not to grant further concessions in the new situation.

About 5,000 teachers have not been vaccinated, Minister V.S. Shiva Kutty was revealed last day. Education to take action against teachers who have not been vaccinated The move has begun. Chilean teachers say they have health problems and more The Department of Education estimates that those who do not have enough reason. Consult with the Disaster Management Group and follow the steps taken by the group. Is in Chana. District wise data is being collected for this.

Teacher organizations with different responses

Teachers’ organizations react differently to the government’s decision to take action against teachers who do not receive the vaccine. KSTA, a left-wing teachers’ union, said the government would stand by the decision. Meanwhile, the pro-Congress KPSTA demanded that the list of teachers who have not been vaccinated be released first. KSTU, the teachers’ union of the League, said that the figures given by the Education Minister were false.

KPSTA pointed out that it is not right to shut down teachers entirely without disclosing the names of those who have not been vaccinated. KSTU said that only a handful of people are staying away due to health reasons and is ready to provide awareness to them.


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