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Modification of measures to combat Govt-19 epidemic in the Central Government

Modification of measures to combat Govt-19 epidemic in the Central Government

Today, the Federal Commission for Government Human Resources released a circular addressed to all Ministries and Federal Agencies, amending some procedures to address the Govt-19 epidemic at the federal level accordingly. Health and Social Security.

The Authority has explained that some procedures for the treatment of Govt-19 epidemic have been modified at the federal government level and should be implemented from Sunday, August 29, 2021 as all Central Government employees are required to undergo a nasal swab test (PCR) every (48) hours. Except for employees who received two doses of the Covit-19 vaccine.

Employees who have a medical report or certificate approved by the official health authorities in the country are excluded from previous procedures, stating that they cannot receive the COV-19 vaccine, depending on their health / illness status. A nasal swab test (PCR) is performed every (48) hours.

Circular All outsourcing companies, public service companies and similar (current and future) federal government agencies that are contracted to conduct a nasal swab test for their employees who are present or who are daily in the federation. Company workplaces, at the expense of companies or organizations contracted every (48) hours, except employees of companies that received two doses of the COV-19 vaccine.

The authority’s circular states that its employees must bypass the workplaces of the federal agency, contracted with consulting firms or specialist households or federal officials; In order to attend meetings or discussions and other functions as per the contract, the Central Government must ensure that the employees of these companies provide the correct selection result for the nasal swab no more than (48) hours apart. Who received two doses of the Covit-19 vaccine.

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