Posted: Tuesday, August 10, 2021. 6:08 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Attorney representing the Police Association, Richard “Dickie” Bradley, says they have yet to hear from Home Affairs Minister Kareem Musa on suggestions of a further grace period to allow unvaccinated police officers to be so.
Bradley told us this evening that the hammer blow of Thursday’s announcement that officers would be sent home starting on Monday if they were not vaccinated or in possession of a negative PCR test prompted the Association to act.
While the regulations requiring vaccination for frontline workers have been in effect since July, the Association contends some members still need time to decide on their options.
Bradley said he expects Musa to talk it over with his Cabinet colleagues and report back to association president Sergeant Jermaine Hyde later this week.
We’ll keep following the story.
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