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Covid 19 vaccination slowly becoming mandatory worldwide

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As the extremely infectious Delta COVID-19 variant fuels a resurgence in cases, Covid 19 vaccination is slowly becoming mandatory worldwide as many countries and companies  are applying a jab no work policy to its workers and citizens at large.

In February, President Mnangagwa announced that government will scrap off privileges for those who have not been vaccinated.

The words by President Mnangagwa have pushed many companies to force leave its unvaccinated workers including Seedco and Telone.

In Europe, Germany has proposed to ban unvaccinated people from public places like restaurants, bars and all crowded places

Elsewhere international technology companies ,Google and Facebook also announced that all employees in the United States must get vaccinated before entering the workplace.

In the next months, Google also intends to expand its immunization campaign to other areas.

After more than 16 months, Twitter began admitting staff back to its San Francisco and New York offices at 50 percent capacity approximately a fortnight ago.

Because of the Delta variant’s rapid spread, coronavirus cases in the United States have been rising.

Americans who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 should resume wearing masks in indoor public spaces in areas where the coronavirus is spreading rapidly, according to health officials.

Lyft, the ride-hailing business that had already made vaccines mandatory for employees returning to work, has postponed its reopening from September to February.

On all Netflix productions in the United States, vaccinations are now required for the cast and crew.

Apple also plans to reinstate its mask requirement policy

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