As of Friday, Canada Natural Resources Limited wants everyone in the workplace to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or get tested immediately.
This is an extension of the company’s previous COVID-19 measures, which include registered daily health checks, screening protocols before boarding a company, physical distance measures in camp and dining rooms, and signaling and binding masks on staff. at home.
Those precautions will remain in place.
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Then, beginning August 27, CNRL “Ensures that all site staff fully comply with COVID-19. If we do not confirm the status of the vaccine, staff may participate in our immediate trial program, ”Julie Wa, a spokeswoman for the company, told World News.
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The CRL also stated that it has medical professionals in the oil and facilities to complete health assessments: a signal station staff for immediate diagnosis and close contacts of positive issues, as well as responding to any medical needs.
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CNRL and AHS have been providing on-site immunization clinics to staff and contractors.
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Buffalo County Municipality generally has a lower immunization rate than the state.
Since Thursday, 69% of RMWB residents have been fully vaccinated, compared to 69 percent of Albert’s.
Of the RMWB, 44.1 percent had a vaccine compared to 77.5 percent across the province.
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