WITHOUT EVIDENCE OF VACCINATION AGAINST COVID 19, CIVIL SERVANTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED INTO GOVT. OFFICES, PS LOCAL GOVT. AND CHIEFTAINCY AFFAIRS WARNS
GET VACCINATED AGAINST COVID OR BE DENIED ENTRY INTO GOVT OFFICES, PS, LOCAL GOVT. AND CHIEFTAINCY AFFAIRS, OKUSANYA ADVISES CIVIL SERVANTS
In order to curb the spread of Covid 19 and it's attendant morbidity, the State givernment has made the presentation of evidence of vaccination against the dreaded disease as the pass to being allowed into government offices from the 1st of November 2021.
The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Chief Segun Odusanya disclosed this at a meeting with the management and staff of the Ministry in Akure.
Chief Odusanya said those without the Vaccination Card will not be allowed into the Ministries offices.
He explained that the resolve is a fallout of an earlier meeting with the Head of Service, Pastor Niran Adeyemo where he directed that any Civil Servant on the Ondo State Government pay roll, that is not vaccinated by the 1st of November, should not be allowed into the offices.
Vowing to enforce the directive as a means of protecting members of staff, Chief Odusanya reminded them that the Covid 19 pandemic is not yet over but that there is a more deadly variant, hence the need to be vaccinated and to obey the Covid 19 protocols.
He urged them to prioritise their health by doing routine checks of their Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar and other necessary checks as certain deaths can be prevented if one is careful and sensitive.
Chief Odusanya urged them to take their work seriously by being at work at the stipulated time and also stay in their offices as the job in his words is a " collateral and what makes one relevant in the society. "
He further appealed that they should be very prudent with spending, in view of the prevalent economic situation in the country.
"Be conscious of your health, do routine checks. Be up and doing on your jobs, stay in your offices, face the reality of the economic situation in the country, don't spend recklessly and make good use of the little that is available to you and all will be well."