Don’t blame others if disciplinary action taken for refusing Covid-19 vaccination, teachers warned


JEMPOL (Bernama): Teachers under the Education Ministry who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19 without valid reason should not blame the government for any disciplinary action that may be taken against them, says Deputy Education Minister II Datuk Mohamad Alamin.

He said action will be taken on Nov 1 and teachers, as civil servants, are subject to the regulations issued by the Public Service Department that make full Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for all staff by that date.

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