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Please help me to check my letter, thank you!

To whom it may concern:

Please allow me to apologize for presenting an invalid/outdated medical certificate for my sick leave.

On March 30, I found myself in circumstance that were beyond my control and had no choice but to take time off from work and rest. I was not feeling well that day but wasn't able to see a doctor immediately since it's Good Friday that day so there was no open clinic nearby. Two days after when I felt a little better so I decided to go to clinic for check up since there are clinics that were already open. The doctor checked me up and made a diagnosis for me. That was the only time that I got a Medical Certificate from him.

I agree that the mistake was mine, as I was not see a doctor immediately.

I hope no disciplinary action will be taken against me. I assure you that this will not happen again.

Attached herewith is the Medical Certificate as a proof of my sickness. I hope this is sufficient to explain my error. I would be grateful if you could reconsider the decision of the disciplinary actions against me.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

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To whom it may concern: (This is a very strange salutation. If you are apologizing, surely you know who you are apologizing to. This salutation is used for things like a letter of reference.)

Please allow me to apologize for presenting an invalid outdated medical certificate for my sick leave.

On March 30, I found myself in circumstances that were beyond my control and had no choice but to take time off from work and rest. I was not feeling well that day but wasn't able to see a doctor immediately since it was Good Friday and that day so there was no open clinic nearby. Two days later after when I felt a little better and clinic were open so, I decided to go to a clinic for a check up since there are clinics that were already open. The doctor checked me up and made a diagnosis for me. That was the only time that I got a Medical Certificate from him.

I agree that the mistake was mine, as I did was not see a doctor immediately.

I hope no disciplinary action will be taken against me. I assure you that this will not happen again.

Attached herewith is the Medical Certificate as a proof of my sickness. I hope this is sufficient to explain my error. I would be grateful if you could reconsider the decision of the disciplinary actions against me.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,