Self-Test: Mandatory from Today in the Public Sector

Mandatory self-tests from today for those all working in the public sector. In detail, who should be tested, and what will be those who refuse.

From Monday, April 26, self-testing becomes mandatory for government employees who provide their services with physical presence at their place of work.

Testing should be carried out once a week, before the employee arrives at the workplace, and it will be valid for one week from the date of the test.

The check is carried out no later than 24 hours before the end of the first day of the week, when the employee provides his work in person.

It is noted that employees can go through a self-test at the pharmacy by presenting their AMKA and presenting an ID or other identification document.

As for the announcement of the result, this is done on the electronic platform

For those who do not pass the audit or do not register the result on the platform, a salary reduction is provided.

If the test is positive, staff must travel to the health center and within 24 hours and have a second rapid test or PCR test.

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