Lima, December 12, 2021Updated 12/12/2021 10:35 am
The Director of Immunizations of the Ministry of Health (Minsa), Gabriela Jiménez, announced that the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE) and the National Superintendency of Labor Inspection (Sunafil) will establish the rules and control criteria of the vaccination card that certifies both doses against the COVID-19 in work centers.
Let us remember that, since December 10, companies with more than 10 workers They can operate in person, only if all their employees certify that they have completed their immunization against the coronavirus.
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“In the context of workers, we are still seeing the evaluation that we are going to have this week. Basically what you are seeing is that most companies, even in the health sector and other sectors, they are getting right“, the Minsa official quoted in an interview with RPP Noticias.
“We expect the coverage to be very broad. We are coordinating, and that will correspond to the Ministry of Labor and Sunafil, to set the rules and establish the control criteria ”, he asserted.
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From Friday the 10th it is mandatory for those over 18 years of age to present their physical card or virtual that certifies having completed your vaccination against COVID-19 to enter closed spaces and even take trips.
Similarly, drivers and collectors of all public transport services, as well as drivers who provide delivery services, can work only if they prove their full dose of vaccination.
According to the criteria of