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Compulsory leave for non-vaccinated teachers in the state? Possibility of decisive decision


Highlight:

  • Action not to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
  • Advice to give compulsory leave to teachers and staff.
  • Action against teachers who are reluctant to receive the vaccine.

Thiruvananthapuram: It is reported that the government is planning to give compulsory leave to the teachers and staff who have not received the Covid-19 vaccine. Manorama reported that the matter will be discussed at a review meeting to be convened on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

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According to Education Minister V Sivankutty, 5,000 people, including teachers and school staff, have not been vaccinated in the state. The minister’s office said those who do not receive the vaccine should not be encouraged to attend schools.

According to the Disaster Management Authority and the Department of Health, teachers and staff are sending the wrong message to society without getting vaccinated. The government will provide all facilities for teachers and school staff to be vaccinated. If people with any health problems do not receive the vaccine, they must produce clear documentation.

The education department had agreed to extend school working hours in the state till evening. In this situation, the government is planning to give compulsory leave to teachers and staff who do not receive the vaccine. The plan to extend school working hours to evening was intensified in the wake of teachers complaining that they were not getting enough time to finish their lessons.

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It was decided at the high level meeting of the education department that classes from morning to noon should not be continued and the existing schedule should be extended from morning to evening. Covid suggested at the meeting that classes should be brought back to the old level as soon as possible as parents are less anxious and children reach schools at this stage without hesitation. The children will be divided into two batches for three days from morning to evening.

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