Consultation now live seeking views on controversial U-turn for mandatory COVID jabs

Consultation now live seeking views on controversial U-turn for mandatory COVID jabs

This assessment follows a series of occasions surrounding necessary COVID-19 vaccines for frontline health and social care staff.

The UK Government has released a public assessment about its questionable choice to withdraw arrangements that require COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of release in health and social care settings.

In November 2021, the government announced that from 1 April 2022, it would end up being a legal requirement for all frontline health and social care employees to be double jabbed versus COVID-19.

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People who are interested in sharing their views on the intention to revoke this policy can do so here.

William Lee, Policy and Parliamentary Executive of the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA), has actually contacted the government to provide instant and clear assistance surrounding present COVID-19 vaccination rules for those currently working on the frontline to avoid confusion, and to ensure personnel can still provide top quality take care of patients.

Now, the UK Government is reviewing the balance of dangers and advantages on its original decision to make COVID-19 vaccination a condition of work.

The brand-new assessment seeks views on the intention to revoke the policy. It asks people for their ideas on the intent to withdraw the compulsory jabs policy, whether there are alternative methods of increasing vaccine uptake, and whether withdrawing the policy would negatively impact specific groups of individuals.

Paired with a high number of individuals in the UK having their booster jabs, the federal government revealed its plans to revoke the decision due to lower mortality rates and greater levels of security versus the Omicron version.

This stimulated a really blended reaction from the sector (LINK). While some leaders in the field felt that this was an essential decision to keep staff and patients safe from avoidable infection, others felt that this decision would be counter-productive and leave more staffing shortages at a time where the NHS and social care personnel were currently– and still are– under severe pressures.

The federal government just recently revealed that it was looking to withdraw this decision. It cited that Omicron is presently the dominant variation in the UK, which this alternative causes less hospitalisation.

The consultation closes at 11:45 pm on 16 February 2022


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