Pregnant Women Employed at the Judiciary Given Leave as a Safety Precaution

Expecting mothers employed at the Judiciary of the Maldives have been given leave from work with pay and allowances, following the nationwide outbreak of flu.

The decision followed a request by the Chief Justice Hon. Uz. Abdullah Saeed, as pregnant women constitute one of the most vulnerable groups to the risks involved with the flu.

Pregnant women employed at the courts and the administrative offices of the Judiciary across the country have been asked to stay away from work pending further notice by the Department of Judicial Administration.

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