Saudi Arabia: Getting vaccinated mandatory to attend workplace
Saudi Arabia: Getting vaccinated mandatory to attend workplace

Saudi Arabia said on Friday that getting inoculated against coronavirus vaccine would be mandatory for all employees to attend their workplaces in an effort to mitigate the spread of the virus.

Saudi Arabia's state SPA news, citing the Ministry of Human Resources, reported that vaccination would be a "mandatory condition" for employees of the private and public sectors to be present in their place of work. The Ministry reportedly said it would clarify soon the procedure and date of implementation. The country has so far reported 423,406 coronavirus cases and 7,032 deaths.

Meanwhile, in Saudi more than 10 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered through 587 vaccination centers across Saudi Arabia, the Ministry of Health has announced.

The ministry has also called upon everyone to quickly register via Sehatty Application and get the COVID-19 vaccine through vaccination centers spread across the Kingdom, underlining that the vaccines approved in Saudi Arabia are effective and safe.

The ministry reiterated that all concerned parties provide free vaccines as part of their contribution in implementing the national vaccination campaign, noting that all centers are available on the Sehatty app to enable citizens and residents to easily find the nearby centers and book appointments at times convenient to them.


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