While in was presented by World Health Organization (WHO) that people must not be forced to be vaccinated, it should instead be a voluntary step, Zimbabwe is continuing to make it difficult and making it impossible for people not exercise their rights for not getting vaccinated.
Few weeks ago president of the republic of Zimbabwe President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa shared that no one will refuse to be vaccinated in Zimbabwe and other strict measures for people who will choose not to be vaccinated.
"Get vaccinated or stop coming to work" this is what Grain Marketing Board (GMB) told its workers. This simple means that, this institution leave employees with no choice but to be vaccinated or loose their jobs.
What The Grain Marketing Board did is just giving its employees an ultimatum to get vaccinated against Covid-19 with a dead line of 31 July or stop coming to work.
GMB says a number of workers across its depots countrywide have tested positive for the virus, hence the move.
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