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Covid-19 vaccine gives teachers two additional days off

Nikolay Denkov
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Teachers will receive two days off if vaccinated against Covid-19. This was announced by the Minister of Education Nikolay Denkov.

Denkov added that so far immunized teachers are below 40%, but pointed out that vaccines are not planned to become mandatory for teachers:

"This should be a conscious choice, but a conscious one based on reliable information," the minister said, adding that since the beginning of the pandemic, 120 teachers have lost the battle against Covid-19, reporter Anelia Dzhambazka informed.

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