Infectious Diseases Commission proposes that pregnant women return to work


At Tuesday’ss press conference, the Commission for Infectious Diseases spokesperson Dr. ZlateMehmedovikjsaid that the Minister of Health has been proposed to abolish two measures that should be forwarded to the Government. One is to abolish the mandatory possession of a vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test upon leaving the country and for pregnant women to return to their jobs.

“The recommendation is for pregnant women to be vaccinated and thus protect their health. Until now, the measure was for them to be spared from coming to their jobs, and the recommendations in the world are to be vaccinated. It is for the promotion of the health of pregnant women, because according to it the vaccination of this group of people is recommended,” said spokesperson Dr. ZlateMehmedovikj.

The commission’s spokesperson pointed out that citizens leaving Macedonia will need to have a negative PCR or vaccination certificate, only if the country they enter requires it. Mehmedovikj emphasized that the measure for PCR test upon entering Macedonia remains valid.

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