- Santa Clara County: Businesses Must Submit Vaccination Status Of All Employees-Every Two Weeks!
by CRISTINA LAILA VIA GATEWAY PUNDIT, https://www.technocracy.news/
In the heart of Silicon Valley, Santa Clara Country has gone totally 1984-dystopia by forcing business to report the vaccination status of every employee every two weeks. If an employee declines to answer, they are to be treated as unvaccinated and forced to wear a face mask. Criminal penalties are set for employer non-compliance. ⁃ TN Editor
Businesses in Santa Clara County, California are required to submit vaccination status of all employees. According to the county’s public health order, “All businesses and government entities must ascertain the vaccination status of personnel and must comply with the rules for personnel who are not fully vaccinated, as required under section 9(c) and 9(d) of the County Health Officer’s May 18, 2021 Order.”
Under the health order, the employee can decline to provide their vaccination status to their employer. If the employee declines to offer the information, the employer “should assume the employee may be unvaccinated and follow State and local requirements for unvaccinated employees.”
Order of the Health Officer of the County of Santa Clara – May 18, 2021
Ascertainment of Vaccination Status. Businesses and governmental entities must ascertain the vaccination status of all personnel. Until a person’s vaccination status is ascertained, they must be treated as not fully vaccinated. Personnel who decline to provide vaccination status must also be treated as unvaccinated. Businesses and governmental entities must complete their initial ascertainment of vaccination status for all personnel within 14 days of the effective date of this Order. Thereafter, they must obtain updated vaccination status for all personnel who were not fully vaccinated every 14 days. Business and governmental entities must maintain appropriate records to demonstrate compliance with this provision.