If you’re employed for The Washington Post and have been having fun with your time sipping espresso from the sofa whereas pounding away at your keyboard, you could wish to maintain off on getting a Covid vaccination. With Post workers scheduled to return to the workplace in September, staffers (each current and new) coming into the constructing can be required to indicate proof of vaccination.
Washington Post workers might want to present proof of vaccination earlier than they’ll return to the workplace. https://t.co/JGCmjCETrx
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Publisher Fred Ryan despatched a memo to all Post workers on Tuesday detailing a plan to return to the workplace and supply vaccination proof. The memo states that not solely will employees be required to indicate proof that they’ve been vaccinated, however contractors and friends who want to enter the constructing can be anticipated to do the identical.
Ryan’s memo went on to say that these with documented medical situations and/or non secular considerations might want to contact Human Resources…Sounds like a enjoyable place to work.
Apparently the Washington Post has discovered the three particular days of the week during which Covid cannot be transmitted. Because in the interim, the paper is planning to have workers return to their cubicles for under three days every week.
The return to workplace life is slated to start on September thirteenth. That ought to present the Post with loads of time so as to add plastic dividers between worker desks. Because keep in mind, viruses can’t journey up, down, or round plastic.