Non-essential state workers will continue to telecommute

The governor Juan Manzur this afternoon, through Decree No. 334/2021, ordered that employees of the Centralized and Decentralized Public Administration, who are not essential, be excused from attending their jobs and carrying out their activities by teleworking.

The measure will take effect from tomorrow and will run until June 4. As noted in a statement, it also includes workers in rural communes. “The essential personnel of the areas Security, Public Health, Social Development, Secretariat of Public Works, Provincial Institute of Housing and Urban Development, Provincial Directorate of Roads, Provincial Service of Drinking Water are exempted from the measure and from the time restriction to circulate. and Sanitation, Civil Registry and the Revenue Directorate “, they detailed.

Likewise, it was established that the hours of service provision for essential workers should be between 8 am and 1 pm.

Finally, the decree empowers ministers, state prosecutor, General Secretariat of the Interior, secretaries of state and higher authorities are left to have exceptions to summon employees to provide services in person. These are those personnel that are strictly necessary, with minimum guards, to guarantee the functioning of the areas.

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