January 16, 2022

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Pharmacists are advocating for the reinstatement of staff who tested positive for Kovid-19

Pharmacists are advocating for the reinstatement of staff who tested positive for Kovid-19

The Association of Pharmacists des Establishments de Sante du Quebec (APES) supports the Legal government’s decision to return to work, to prevent further reductions in the number of Kovid-19 infected health workers.

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Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey said on Tuesday that workers who needed to be declared positive for COVID-19 could now work under “specific conditions”, but more than 7,000 network workers did not attend due to the epidemic.

Pharmacists believe that the measures taken by Quebec represent an additional tool to “maintain the ability to treat patients”.

For APES, which in principle signed a deal with Quebec on Monday, the new measure makes all the difference, especially since Quebec has a small number of pharmacists.

“If pharmacy departments continue to do their part to limit pollution in the workplace and need to reduce the length of isolation of infected professionals to bring them back to work, this approach will be most strictly minimized. Accidents will be minimized,” EPAS Franకోois Paradis President said in a press release on Tuesday.

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