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Vaccination of Nursing Staff: The cantonal barrel will discharge it

Vaccination of Nursing Staff: The cantonal barrel will discharge it

Lugano – There has been a debate for some time about whether or not maintenance personnel who communicate with vulnerable individuals should be vaccinated against goiter.

In the last few weeks or months, some countries have introduced vaccination requirements for health workers.

An action in this regard was also expected at the Ticino level. The action has really come. But in the form of a barrel exhaust.

The Directorates of Health Facilities – Hospitals and Clinics, Homes for the Elderly, Assistance Services and Home Care – have actually received a circular letter from the Cantonal Physician’s Office. In writing, with a precise tone, it is clear that if all caregivers are not vaccinated, the fault lies with the individual “not the wax”, but with the direction of the company. The weight of personal choice is made by the individual and then discharged in another case.

The letter announces the creation of a public registry from August 1, in which the structures will indicate the rate of vaccinated persons.

This way is very frustrating.

In fact, it is clear that Canton wants to – exactly! – All caregivers were vaccinated. But he did not have the courage to order the duty to vaccinate. Then pour over the hot potato boss. A hole is (very) easy and not very decent.

In fact, there are no legal ways for an employer to vaccinate employees. The latter, however, insists on refusing immunizations in defiance of all compliant efforts, at its expense – subject to public ridicule and engraved on the ban list – it is the company; The single caregiver is not “no wax”.

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The cantonal document contains a clear call to management to take more or less concealed retaliatory measures against collaborators who “reconsider” the vaccine.

Canton will have the authority to mandate that caregivers be vaccinated against coyote. However, he wants to unload the “dirty” work – that is, the coercion – on the backs of others, without providing the tools to do it. This is to avoid inferring the “bad” uncomfortable area from non-vaccinated caregivers.

There is an opportunistic type of resistance, albeit limited to a particular type of specialists, in referring to the compulsion of the vaccine. This is despite the fact that vaccination obligations already exist for students in the social and health care (!) Industries.

Out of curiosity, this opposition did not emerge when he ordered a number of more provocative measures for the freedom of others than two sticks.

More would have been expected from a cantonal government.

But, as Don Apondio said: “One cannot give courage without it”.