Sat. Jan 29th, 2022

Los Angeles County revealed Nov. 12 they have started issuing non-compliance notices to employees who have not registered their COVID-19 vaccination status with the county. Employees must register their vaccine status with the county and begin COVID-19 testing within five days of receiving the notice or face discipline, according to the county. “The vaccination policy is intended to save lives, not to punish employees based on their vaccination status,” LA County Spokesman Michael Wilson told The Epoch Times. Employees can apply for a medical or religious exemption, “and the policy provides ample time for this process.” Employees who have not complied with the vaccine policy within 45 days of receiving the notice will get a five-day suspension. They will have 30 days after they return from the suspension to come into compliance. The county declined to say, however, whether unvaccinated sheriff’s department employees were among those who have received notices. …

Author: Jill McLaughlin

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