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These measures shall be read and strictly followed by all mission personnel and all DPPA, DPO and DOS headquarters personnel who deal with, coordinate, manage or approve rotations of uniformed personnel. (...) T/PCCs should inform the UN about the vaccination status of incoming uniformed personnel, as well as whether they are interested in their personnel to be included in the UN’s vaccination programme in situations where vaccination of T/PCC personnel prior to deployment is not possible. 13. (...) Upon arrival of new personnel to the mission, the mission medical services should collect documentation of the negative COVID-19 PCR test result from the incoming personnel.
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Score: 664739.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...formed_personnel_rotations.pdf
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Only personnel with PCR-negative results during this period are permitted to be deployed into a field mission. • All uniformed personnel are recommended to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before deploying. (...) I further declare that these personnel have undergone continuous 14 days pre-deployment quarantine before the date of arrival in the Mission. (...) I attach to this declaration a full list of the names of uniformed personnel who were tested as PCR- negative within the 72 hours before deployment: • Total Number of Personnel in the Listed Annex: _________________ • Name of Unit/s of Personnel Listed in the Annex: _________________ D.
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Score: 663547.56 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...gative_tpccdeclarationform.pdf
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Only personnel with PCR-negative results during this period are permitted to be deployed into a field mission. · All uniformed personnel are recommended to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before deploying. (...) I further declare that these personnel have undergone continuous 14 days pre-deployment quarantine before the date of arrival in the Mission. (...) I attach to this declaration a full list of the names of uniformed personnel who were tested as PCR-negative within the 72 hours before deployment: · Total Number of Personnel in the Listed Annex: _________________ · Name of Unit/s of Personnel Listed in the Annex: _________________ D.
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Score: 663547.56 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ative_tpccdeclarationform.docx
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While the UN is on the forefront of the effort to ensure equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines globally, it also is committed to ensuring the protection of its personnel. Tasked by the Secretary-General, the De- partment of Operational Support (DOS) is leading a coordinated, UN system-wide approach to ensure the availability of vaccine to UN personnel, their dependents and implementing partners. Complement- ing other existing mechanisms, the roll-out of the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme for UN personnel will provide a significant boost to the ability of personnel to stay and deliver on the Organization’s man- dates, to support beneficiaries in the communities they serve, and to contribute to our on-going work to recover better together from the pandemic. (...) COVID-19 Vaccination Programme for UN Personnel In countries where the vaccination of UN person- nel and dependents will not be possible within an acceptable timeframe or with a WHO-approved vaccine1 through a national vaccination program, the UN will organize a vaccination roll out to its personnel directly.
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Score: 654406.35 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...programme_for_un_personnel.pdf
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The categories of eligible personnel described in this document are the result of three distinct workstreams: a. (...) Accompanying eligible family members of non-staff personnel as defined by the UN system organizations’ staff regulations and rules and policies, who are authorized to reside at the duty station with such personnel or who reside at a location where the UN is running a vaccination campaign. d. (...) Personnel of key institutional contractors7 providing support in the countries concerned.
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Score: 649897.3 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...on_programme_-_eligibility.pdf
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Troop- and police-contributing countries are required to certify that military contingent personnel, formed police units and other individually recruited uniformed personnel being deployed in UN operations have received pre-deployment training which was delivered in accordance with UN standards. (...) The training programme complements the pre-deployment training that Member States are responsible for providing to their uniformed personnel, and the in situ training that uniformed and civilian personnel receive. (...) The course codes for the two courses are: (All Personnel) LMS-2398 Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN Personnel; and (Managers and commanders) LMS-2399 Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN Personnel: Managers and Commanders.
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Score: 649769.34 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...ion-and-abuse/content/training
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As per the Eligibility document1 published on the UN website, the personnel of sponsored INGOs and the accompanying dependents of the international personnel of those INGOs are eligible to receive the vaccine under the UN System-wide COVID-19 Vaccination Programme (“the Programme”) in duty stations in which the Programme will be carried out. 2. (...) As a result of such sponsorship by a Participating UN Organization, all personnel of that INGO, as well as the recognized accompanying dependents of the international personnel of that INGO present at the applicable Eligible Duty Station will be eligible to receive the vaccine under the Programme. 3. (...) In the case of larger INGOs that maintain personnel data in ERP systems, Participating UN Organizations may wish to consider collecting such personnel data centrally from the INGO headquarters.
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Score: 642305.86 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/ingo_guidance.pdf
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Increased use of telecommuting, remote working for those vulnerable, actively manage risk of visitors and meetings).  Decide, based on local risk assessment, if certain categories of personnel or if all personnel should telecommute/work remotely on a mandatory basis.  Leaders and managers are encouraged to exercise flexibility around remote working arrangements/ tele-working where asymptomatic personnel want to work remotely.  Implement WHO and local health authorities’ guidance, including quarantine and isolation, for our personnel.  Same as Phase 2, except introduce further workplace measures for physical distancing depending on the evaluation of risk. This could include remote working for all UN personnel of that duty station ie physical closure of premise/parts of premise as required. (...) Ensure access and availability of necessary PPE for UN personnel. For more info on provision of such masks, see https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/ddcoronavirus_p peforwardfacingstaff.pdf  Same as Phase 1, with addition of enhanced frequency of training for such personnel.  Same as Phase 2, with addition of enhanced frequency of training for such personnel.
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Score: 641059.23 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...es/coronavirus_threephases.pdf
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Dear Atul Khare, I am writing from [entity name] to declare our intent to sponsor National NGO partners as eligible personnel of the UN System-Wide COVID-19 Vaccination Programme. (...) Below, I have indicated the approximate number of personnel and countries where [entity name] intends to sponsor such individuals. (...) Regards, [name], [title], [entity name] Country Projected Number of Sponsored NNGO Personnel Total
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Score: 640336.67 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ngo_sponsor_intent_letter.docx
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United Nations Medical Directors Risk Mitigation Plan for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Recommendations for All UN Personnel July 2021 • The following occupational health recommendations are provided by the UN Medical Directors to all UN Organizations and apply to all UN personnel to reduce the risk of UN personnel acquiring COVID-19. (...) Risk Categories UN Medical Directors Recommendations 1 All UN personnel • All UN personnel should have comprehensive awareness of COVID-19 prevention strategies found here. • All UN personnel should be aware of how and where to seek medical attention when needed for COVID-19. • All UN personnel should be offered COVID-19 vaccination based on vaccine prioritization schemes and provided with information about side effects, which usually are local and short-lived.1 • Please note, that it is important you share your vaccination status with your Organizations/Entities’ medical services. • Guidelines for use of medical masks (also known as surgical or procedure masks), cloth masks and PPE for UN personnel in non-healthcare settings who have close and frequent interaction with people whose infectious status is unknown (e.g. security personnel) are available here. (...) See here and here for more information. • Delay or avoid sending UN personnel with the above risk factors to countries, areas, or territories with community transmission. • UN personnel with risk factors for severe/critical disease should review for alternate/flexible working arrangement policies to minimize exposure to COVID-19.
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Score: 639831.54 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u.../files/coronavirus_unmdrmp.pdf
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