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Unvaccinated risk losing jobs in Singapore

Office workers walk out for lunch break at Raffles Place financial business district in Singapore on Jan 4, 2022. (Photo: AFP)

Workers in Singapore who refuse to be inoculated against Covid-19 may risk losing their jobs as new restrictions on office access take effect.

From Saturday, a prior concession that allowed unvaccinated employees who test negative to go to workplaces will be removed, according to a government advisory. Employers can redeploy those with no jabs to suitable jobs that can be done from home, place them on no-pay leave, or as a last resort, fire them if they cannot perform their contracted work outside the office.

Singapore’s inoculation rate is among the world’s highest and it has adopted a strict nationwide approach against the unvaccinated. The nation bars them from restaurants…

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