Business Owners Not to Dismiss Unvaccinated Workers

Business Owners Ensure Public That They Will Not Dismiss Unvaccinated Workers

Business owners assured the public not to dismiss the workers who will refuse to receive the vaccine against coronavirus disease.

Previously, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles clarified that the rumored “No Vaccine, No Work” policy is not mandatory. He explained that the vaccination program is voluntary and would not force the vaccines to the workers.

The labor department has also described the “no vaccine, no work” policy as impractical and illegal because the Philippine government does not have enough supply for the proposal.

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Recently, the business owners assured the public that the employees who will choose not to receive the anti-COVID-19 vaccine would not be displaced from their jobs, according to Presidential Adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion.

An employee named Nowie Santos has decided to receive the vaccine that will arrive in May 2021 to secure the health of his body against the virus. Manager Dang Hopilos said that it is challenging to convince workers to receive vaccines.

The private sectors ordered around 2.6 million doses of Astrazeneca vaccine shots, which is expected to arrive by May or June 2021.

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