POPULAR PREPOST-HEALTH INFORMATION: measles and polio are still a real threat

The City of Toronto has put a hold on all 248 employees whose vaccination status is disputed due to doubts of the common immunization, COVID-19. (pdf) There are 2,500 City employees who had mandatory…

POPULAR PREPOST-HEALTH INFORMATION: measles and polio are still a real threat

The City of Toronto has put a hold on all 248 employees whose vaccination status is disputed due to doubts of the common immunization, COVID-19. (pdf)

There are 2,500 City employees who had mandatory immunizations while working under the Public Works and Services contract with Fonterra or MG Seibold. All Ontario Healthcare Workers have had mandated immunizations under the proviso that only those who don’t know they are covered by it are prohibited from working under the city contract or participating in city programs and services.

According to co-ordinator Tanya Scott in a written statement to Mike Drobny on March 1st, 2018 (after the fact), there are 6,123 non-covered employees with children who fall into the vaccination category. Only those without documentation have been placed on paid or unpaid suspension without pay. Scott said 39 “would not answer any questions or show us their vaccination paperwork and they were placed on administrative leave.”

-Due to an oversight on the part of the City in this case, workers with adverse reactions to vaccinations are exempted from a similar mandate in Canada and approximately 12,000 Ontarians are enrolled in this special policy.

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