Bay area Prepares To Suspend Police And Firefighters Who Refuse To Disclose Vaccination Status

San Francisco is getting ready to suspend nearly two-dozen employees with the police, fire, and sheriff’ s departments who have refused to disclose their vaccination status, while  hundreds of employees from other departments are about to be similarly put on observe,   according to the  San Francisco Chronicle. The city sent notices to 20 employees in the police, fire and sheriff’ s departments […]#@@#@!!

San Francisco is preparing to suspend nearly two-dozen employees with the police, fire, and sheriff’s departments who have refused to reveal their vaccination status, while  hundreds of employees from other departments are about to be similarly put on notice,   based on the  Bay area Chronicle .

The city sent notifications to 20 employees in the police, fire plus sheriff’s departments for faltering to meet an Aug. twelve disclosure deadline, while workers from other departments – including Public Health and the City and county Transportation Agency, could get similar letters next week.

The city is suggesting a  10-day past due suspension  for eleven Police Department employees, seven Fire Department employees and two employees in the Sheriff’s Department.

“ The health and well being of city employees and the community we serve are top priorities during our emergency response to COVID-19, ” reads the letter which was attained by the  Chronicle . “ Your failing to comply with the vaccination status reporting requirement endangers the health and safety from the city’s workforce and the open public we serve. ”

The particular letters will arrive because San Francisco grapples with  a surge in coronavirus cases   fueled by the delta variant, with the unvaccinated making up the overpowering majority of those who are hospitalized or even killed by the virus. The data shows that the vaccines are really safe and very effective at preventing severe COVID-19.

San Francisco had been the  first large city in the country   to require all city and county employees to be vaccinated contrary to the coronavirus, unless they have a legitimate religious or medical exemption. All employees had to report their vaccination status to the city by Aug. 12, and  those without valid exemptions must be inoculated ten weeks after the Food and Medication Administration fully approves the particular vaccines . The Department of Human Resources already offered employees a two-week expansion to report their status. -SF Chronicle

According to the statement, the city says that  failure to get the jab can eventually lead to firings .  

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