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Soon the unvaccinated won’t get to Russell McVeagh’s premises.
Russell McVeagh says it will ban anyone who has not been vaccinated with Covid-19 from its offices from November 1st.
It includes customers, staff and other visitors.
“As of November 1, only those people who have received both doses of Covid-19 vaccine can come to our offices,” CEO Jo Avenell said.
“If someone has not received both doses of the vaccine, we ask them to support our practice by communicating with us outside the offices.
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“Our administration and partners strongly support vaccinations as an important step in helping New Zealand make progress in reducing the risk of Covid-19 in our communities and enabling us all to live and operate in a safer, more open environment and economy.”
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The company conducted a survey of its 320 partners and staff 5. October, and 98 percent said they planned to get a full vaccination.
“Many people are concerned about unvaccinated people in our office and many people live or come into contact with people who are considered vulnerable,” Avenel l said.
He said some people in the company and the wider community were unsure about the vaccinations.
“We respect people’s right to choose whether or not to be vaccinated.
“We want to proactively manage the potential risks of these choices for all parties, and that’s why we ask people visiting our office to notify the Russell McVeagh liaison about their vaccination status before they arrive at our office.”
Covid Response Secretary Chris Hipkins announced Monday that as of Jan. 1, schools will not allow staff in the school yard who have not received both vaccinations.
By November 15, all school employees and contractors must have the first explosion.
Secondary schools must keep a record of their students ’vaccination status and require masks for meetings.
The number of new community cases in the Delta variant was the highest in seven weeks with 72 positive tests confirmed on Thursday.