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Russell McVeagh closed the door to unvaccinated employees, customers and visitors

Non-vaccinated soon will not have access to Russell McVeagh premises.

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Non-vaccinated soon will not have access to Russell McVeagh premises.

Russell McVeagh says it will ban anyone from entering its offices who have not had both Covid-19 vaccination jobs since Nov. 1.

It includes clients, staff and other visitors.

“From November 1, only those people who have received both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine will be able to enter our offices,” said CEO Jo Avenell.

“If anyone has not had both doses of the vaccine, we ask them to support our policy by communicating with us away from the offices.

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“Our board and partners strongly support vaccination as an important step in helping New Zealand make progress in reducing the risk of Covid-19 in our communities and enabling us all to live and operate in a safer, more open environment. and economics. “

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Browns Bay in Auckland was busy Thursday as Covid-19 cases rise.

The company conducted a survey of its 320 partners and staff on Oct. 5, and 98 percent said they intended to be fully vaccinated.

“Many people are concerned that unvaccinated people are in our office and a number of people are living with or coming into contact with people who are considered vulnerable,” said Avenel l.

Russell McVeagh's CEO Jo Avenell has told clients and staff that they must have both vaccinations to gain access to the office.

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Russell McVeagh’s CEO Jo Avenell has told clients and staff that they must have both vaccinations to gain access to the office.

She said some people in the company and the wider community were unsure of vaccination.

“We respect people’s rights to choose whether to vaccinate.

“We want to proactively address any risks to anyone affected by these choices, and therefore we ask people who visit our office to inform their Russell McVeagh contact about their vaccination status before entering our offices.”

Covid Response Minister Chris Hipkins announced Monday that from January 1, schools would not allow staff who had not had both vaccinations to go on school grounds.

Hutt South MP Ginny Andersen, Covid Response Minister Chris Hipkins, House Speaker Trevor Mallard, Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry and National List MP Chris Bishop at an event on Thursday to promote Super Saturday to encourage people to get vaccinated.

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Hutt South MP Ginny Andersen, Covid Response Minister Chris Hipkins, House Speaker Trevor Mallard, Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry and National List MP Chris Bishop at an event on Thursday to promote Super Saturday to encourage people to get vaccinated.

By November 15, all employees and contractors entering a school must have had their first plug.

High schools must keep a record of their students’ vaccination status and require masks for assemblies.

The number of new community cases of the Delta variant was the highest it had been in seven weeks with 72 positive tests confirmed on Thursday.

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