December 5, 2022

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Oman Sultanate prevents unvaccinated workers from entering their workplace

Oman Sultanate prevents unvaccinated workers from entering their workplace

(Govt-19) The Sultanate of Oman has decided not to allow an employee or worker to enter his or her workplace unless he or she has submitted a certificate for vaccination or a medical report proving the presence of health conditions that prevent him or her from receiving the vaccine. Corona antiviral vaccines.

The Ministry of Labor of Oman said in a statement issued by the Oman News Agency on Monday that it was within the framework of an integrated mechanism set up to deal with non-vaccinated workers in the state administration and all other sectors. Public law persons and workers in the private sector.

The ministry demanded that every employee or worker issue a vaccination certificate to his or her employer (Govt-19-), which proves that he or she has received two doses of one of the vaccines.
Provide a medical report from a healthcare organization that confirms that the corona virus is approved by the Sultanate of Oman or that there are health conditions that prevent you from getting these vaccines.

Furthermore, the application of the provisions relating to the absence of work was emphasized in the case of the employee or worker who is not on duty, except for the leave which is entitled to the employee or worker as specified in the employment system used in the unit. (Govit-19) He was not allowed to enter the workplace for not submitting a vaccination certificate or a medical report proving the presence of health conditions that prevent him from receiving one of the corona antiviral vaccines.

He called on all employees and workers who have not been vaccinated against the corona vaccine to protect themselves, their families, co-workers and other members of the community and to reduce the risk of contracting the virus.

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(Govt-19) The Sultanate of Oman has decided not to allow an employee or worker to enter his or her workplace unless he or she has submitted a certificate for vaccination or a medical report proving the presence of health conditions that prevent him or her from receiving the vaccine. Corona antiviral vaccines.

The Ministry of Labor of Oman, in a circular issued by the Oman News Agency on Monday, said that this comes within the framework of an integrated mechanism set up to deal with non-vaccinated employees in all administrative machinery and other sectors of the state. Public law persons and workers in the private sector.

The ministry demanded that every employee or worker issue a vaccination certificate to his or her employer (Govt-19-), which proves that he or she has received two doses of one of the vaccines.
Provide a medical report from a healthcare organization that confirms that the corona virus is approved by the Sultanate of Oman or that there are health conditions that prevent you from getting these vaccines.

Furthermore, the application of the rules relating to non-employment was emphasized in the case of the employee or worker who is not on duty, except for the leave which is entitled to the employee or worker, as specified in the employment system used in the unit. (Govit-19) He was not allowed to enter the workplace for not submitting a vaccination certificate or a medical report proving the presence of health conditions that prevent him from receiving one of the corona antiviral vaccines.

He called on all employees and workers who have not been vaccinated against corona to be vaccinated to protect themselves, their families, co-workers and other members of the community and to reduce the risk of contracting the virus.

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