Saturday 13 November 2021 – 4:56 pm
The national mediator, Daniel Toplier, departs Martinique this evening (Saturday, November 13). His mission is over. However, it recommends several measures to get out of the crisis, including the publication of the mandatory vaccination schedule for health care staff. First dose, December 6, 2021, second dose, 21 days later, full vaccination schedule, December 31, 2021.
Upon his arrival last November 1, National Mediator Danielle Toplier departed Martinique this evening (Saturday 13 November). It was sent to the site by Olivier Veran, Minister of Health, and Sebastien Licornu, Minister of Overseas Territories, in order to find a solution to the dispute between the Martinique University Hospital administration and hospital staff on the subject of a duty vaccine. She ended her residency without any official mediation with the Joint Health Syndicate. However, it recommends several measures to get out of the crisis that is shaking the public hospital. One: Postponing the November 15 deadline for submitting a full vaccination schedule. The mediator proposes a new schedule: on December 6, all CHUM employees must have started the Covid-19 vaccination process and have received a dose of the vaccine. So the second dose will be taken after 21 days.
No comment for assignments or contracts
This time period will allow for the development of information about vaccination among health professionals. By December 31, 2021, all CHUM professionals should be able to submit a complete vaccination schedule. In addition, the broker suggests free PCR tests for employees. Another recommendation: no suspension of assignments or contracts; Not to deprive employees of pay, and that they can, in order to do so, take time off.
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