Modification of measures to combat the Govt-19 epidemic in the central government
Today, the government’s Federal Human Resources Commission issued a circular addressed to all federal ministries and agencies, amending certain procedures to deal with the government-19 epidemic at the federal level accordingly. Health and Social Security.
The Authority explained that some procedures for dealing with the Govt-19 outbreak have been changed at the federal government level and are expected to be implemented from Sunday, August 29, 2021, as all central government employees must undergo a nasal swab test (PCR) every (48) hours. Except for employees who have received two doses of the Covit-19 vaccine.
Employees who have a medical report or certificate approved by the country’s official health authorities are excluded from previous procedures, stating that they cannot receive the COV-19 vaccine, depending on their medical condition / illness. A nasal swab test (PCR) is performed every (48) hours.
Circular All outsourcing companies, utility companies and similar federal government agencies (current and future) that are contracted to perform nasal swab testing for their present or daily employees in the federation. Company workplaces, at the expense of companies or organizations contracted every (48) hours, with the exception of company employees who have received two doses of the COV-19 vaccine.
The authority’s circular stipulates that its employees must bypass the workplaces of the federal agency, contracted with design offices or specialized households or federal officials; In order to attend meetings or discussions and other functions in accordance with the contract, the central government must ensure that the employees of these companies provide the correct selection result for the nasal swab at a maximum interval of (48 ) time. Who received two doses of the Covit-19 vaccine.
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