On Friday, the Washington Department of Labor & Industries updated its state-of-the-art COVID-19 occupational safety and health guidelines that fully vaccinated employees do not have to wear masks or social distances at work unless their employers still require it.  The new guidelines follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's announcement that masks were not required for vaccinated individuals. either the worker signs a document confirming his status or provides proof of vaccination. "
" Employers must be able to show that they have verified the vaccination status of workers who are not masked or physically distanced, "says the new guide. [1
"When verifying an employee's vaccine status, acceptable documentation includes a CDC vaccination card, a photo of the card, documentation from a healthcare provider, a signed certificate from the worker or documentation from the state immunization information system," the guide states, adding that evidence of the verification system must be available to the department upon request.  More news about insurance and work compensation on the coronavirus crisis here .