From now on: a must-have vaccine for education and health workers.

IN “Regulations” The quarantine law went into effect today, Monday, June 21st. Vaccinations are now mandatory for access to educational and medical facilities. Access to creches, creches and all educational institutions will be monitored. Hospitals, medical clinics, outpatient clinics and private clinics will also be banned from unvaccinated visitors. One of the exceptions applies to people who prove with a medical certificate from a government doctor that they cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons. A person will also be able to access these facilities if they test negative for a PCR test within seven days. Students under the age of 18 and those who go to the hospital for treatment are exempt from this “Regulations”.

For more information on the new rules, see this document:

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