A civilian employee of the Espírito Santo State Health Department (Sesa-ES) has been removed from his post after refusing to receive a Covid-19 vaccination.
According to Sesa, the professional was working at the State Maternity and Childhood Hospital Alzir Bernardino Alves (Himaba) and refused to be vaccinated at the end of May.
Since then, he has been out of business. Sesa reported that she tried several times to connect to the server so that he could attend the HR sector, but he did not answer the call. This is necessary for
Starting this month, the secretariat said it would start deducting the days he did not show up for work or applied to the human resources sector.
In addition to the server away, Sesa reported that as of Friday (23), two other professionals had not provided evidence of Covid-19 vaccination. However, those other two servants were on vacation and not updated to an administrative action against them.
Vaccination in Espiritu Santo
In Espírito Santo, 1.9 million people have already received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. This corresponds to 47% of adults eligible for vaccination. Of these, 673,690 were vaccinated with two doses and 97,492 received single-dose vaccines.
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