São Paulo decrees compulsory Covid-19 vaccination for city employees

The mayor announced that the Office of the Comptroller General of São Paulo would be in charge of finding out which officials, without just cause, "did not get vaccinated" to, from there, "adopt the pertinent legal and regulatory actions".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The mayor of São Paulo, Ricardo Nunes, decreed this Saturday (7) the compulsory vaccination against Covid-19 for all employees of the city, the most populous in Brazil and one of the hardest hit by the pandemic.

The measure affects all public employees of the São Paulo capital's administration, including those working in foundations and entities linked to the local govenment.

Civil servants who, without a justified cause, refuse to take the covid vaccine will commit a serious disciplinary offense and will be subject to the sanctions outlined in the law.

Nunes argued . . .

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