Proposal for action against civil servants who refuse Covid vaccine

Proposal for action against civil servants who refuse Covid vaccine

22/9/2021 2:49:00 AM

Proposal for action against civil servants who refuse Covid vaccine

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The Public Service Department (PSD) will submit to the National Security Council (NSC) a proposal on action that can be taken against civil servants who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19.The PSD, in a statement yesterday, said the proposals include a directive to make it compulsory for all civil servants to take the vaccine, except those who have strong reasons to be exempted on health grounds.

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THERE IS NO PROBLEM WITH DISTANCING HERE. EXTREMISTS. THEY ARE WEARING MASKS EVEN WHEN HAVING THEIR FOOD. MALAYSIANS ARE GENERALLY OBEDIENT BUT SOME ARE DEFIANT Aiya..why act against civil servants who refuse Covid vaccines Khairykj IsmailSabri60?Haven't 80% of adults agreed to receive vaccines?Just get that herd immunity.When the unvaccinated, in bloated civil service, succumb to Covid, U can save on paying out salaries&pensions.😁

What, communist country though? Why make an exception for these fellows when that stupid MINDEFMalaysia general sacked his soldier for the same reasons? Sack all of them.

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