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Monday, October 25, 2021

The federal court has made the Covid-1V vaccine mandatory for central district employees

The new name for the West Justice Center at Orange County Superior Court was unveiled at a live streaming event in Westminster, California in November, 2020.

All federal court employees in the California Central District of Los Angeles, including Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties, must be vaccinated against Covid-1 under a new policy.

According to Oct. 1, “the policy is necessary to address the spread of Covid-1 and to protect the health and safety of court employees, volunteers and contractors, as well as members of the public and others.” Notice from the Court Clerk’s Office.

The policy will take effect immediately, but all court employees, including judges, judicial contractors and volunteers, will have until October 15 to complete the vaccination certification form. Vaccination requirements will apply to all employees “regardless of telework status”.

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The policy allows medical and religious exemptions and such requests must be made by 15 October. Anyone who has granted such a waiver or is awaiting a decision on the request must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test before returning to court benefits. Once they are overnight, they will have to submit to the weekly test twice.

City News Service



This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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