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COVID-19: Mandatory staff vaccination policy introduced in Kelowna, but not Vernon

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COVID-19 by Dec. 13, but the City of Vernon said it will not follow suit at this time.Kelowna joins a growing list of municipalities, including Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Kamloops, to implement a proof of vaccination policy as a condition of employment.“Before announcing the policy today, we took some time to talk with staff about the rationale and importance of implementing a COVID-19 vaccination policy,” said city manager Doug Gilchrist.“It’s an administrative decision to require staff to be vaccinated,” added Kelowna mayor Colin Basran, “but it’s something council and I support as another way we can limit the transmission of the virus among staff and the public.” Third COVID shot needed for severely immunocompromised people, B.C..

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