In Russia, employers should be obliged to provide employees with three payable days off after each stage of vaccination against coronavirus, and in general, after vaccinations in a pandemic. These conclusions were reached at the Institute for Social Research and Development of Civil Initiatives (ISIRGI), RIA Novosti report.
The corresponding text was prepared on behalf of the director of the institute Maxim Petunin addressed to the Minister of Labor Anton Kotyakov, speakers of the Federation Council and the State Duma Valentina Matvienko and Vyacheslav Volodin.
The document notes that now experts are increasingly declaring that another wave of coronavirus incidence is approaching. According to the chief physician of the Kommunarka hospital, Denis Protsenko, another rise in the incidence may occur in late September - early October.
The institute asked the authorities to amend the labor legislation accordingly. The letter emphasizes that the situation in which mass vaccinations will be required may repeat in the future, so the practice with weekends is asked to be extended to all vaccinations in a pandemic.
As previously reported, the first dose of the vaccination against the new coronavirus infection was jabbed to 1 218 909 residents of Bashkiria. 1,093,668 people were fully vaccinated. In general, more than two million adults should be vaccinated in the republic.
As of September 13, the total number of cases of coronavirus infection in the republic is 60,994. During the day, 310 new cases of COVID-19 infection were confirmed. A total of 53,526 people recovered, 36 of them over the past day. There are 4,545 infectious beds in the region. The free bed capacity is 10%.