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Contra Costa County Employees Must be Vaccinated by October 4 or Could Face Termination

by ECT

A memo went out Friday to employees of Contra Costa County that said the Board of Supervisors deemed it necessary to establish a Mandatory Vaccination Policy to protect the health and safety of employees and the community.

In the memo, which was issued by Contra Costa County Administrator Monica Nino, it said  failure to comply by Oct 4, 2021 in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine could result in termination.

According to the policy:

  1. The policy requires all employees to receive their final COVID-19 vaccine shot (second shot in the two shot series or single shot in the single shot series) by October 4, 2021. Employees must provide proof of their vaccination status to the County by this date.
  2. No later than October 4, 2021, you must provide your department designee with one of the following:
  • A photocopy of the CDC Card or WHO Yellow Car. You should redact any medical information that may appear such as other vaccinations received;
  • A photocopy of your COVID-19 Vaccine record, obtained through the following portal: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/. You should redact any other medical information that may appear, such as other vaccinations received.

Employees are being encouraged to use their COVID leave to get vaccinated during work time, however, if they have used that up, they will be provided time to get vaccinated during normal work hours.

The county is also providing qualifying medical conditions or disability or sincerely held religious beliefs that prevent them from getting vaccinated—those request will need to be submitted and will be reviewed for approval.  If approved, those employees will have mandatory testing at least once a week.

In the policy, failure to comply will result in discipline up to and including termination and employees are responsible to ensure they follow the requirements of the policy by the October 4 deadline.

To read the Memo, click here,

According to Contra Costa Health Services, as of Friday, Contra Costa County had 3,959 active cases of COVID-19. There are currently 221 people in the hospital with 53 currently in ICU.   The county vaccination rate is at 84.4%.

To view the County Dashboard, click here

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Naomi Jackson Aug 28, 2021 - 9:50 pm

Contra Costa County people better get ready for a lot of lawsuits! They’ll be coming!

FakeManufacturedDemLies Aug 29, 2021 - 7:58 am

Let the American Communism Begin

This WAS once a great country- Pathetic
What Democrat Haters have done and are doing

Litigation Happy Aug 30, 2021 - 12:25 am

The county is begging for a nice big fat lawsuit

William IV Sep 2, 2021 - 12:51 am

Face termination? Really? Well, the Contra Costa County honchos will face LAWSUITS! Get the big payoffs ready, folks!

Sam Rosenbaum Sep 2, 2021 - 2:36 pm

The county has no idea just what a big PANDORA’S BOX they are opening. Some ambulance chaser gave them pretty bad advice!

Hayden Sterling Sep 2, 2021 - 2:56 pm

Monica Nino should be the one to be terminated. The woman doesn’t know her ass from a hole in the ground! I can’t believe how many total incompetents are running some of our city, county and state divisions.

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