October 22, 2021

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Health says “there is no urgent need” to make vaccination compulsory in homes |  Sir Vitoria

Health says “there is no urgent need” to make vaccination compulsory in homes | Sir Vitoria

The Ministry of Health of the Basque government says so It’s not in a hurry Now to implement the mandatory vaccination of health workers and housing. The debate was opened in August by Alava’s attorney general, Ramiro Gonzalez, who expressed frustration at not being able to turn away workers who didn’t want to be vaccinated from the front lines of housing and demanded legal tools in this regard.

‘The need is not very urgent’, explained Deputy Health Minister Jose Luis Quintas. In Álava, for example, in residences for the elderly almost 96% Workers were vaccinated. Quintas explains that what is being done is to apply more comprehensive preventive measures to people who have not been vaccinated.

In other communities, preventive screening of the population and workers was resumed, given the effect of the delta variable and evidence of infection among vaccinated people. In the Basque Country, at the moment, the protocol is not touched. They just do PCR tests For those who do not have a full vaccination schedule and return after more than 7 days of leave or who are new employees.

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