In September 2021 Italy became the first European Country to make COVID-19 health passes mandatory for all workers. By the end of the same month Canada, the United States, Australia, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia and Turkmenistan all announced similar vaccine mandates. Proponents of the mandate argue that these mandates are the only way to end the global COVID-19 pandemic. Opponents cite evidence that people who already have natural immunity are at heightened risk of vaccine side effects caused by an augmented inflammatory response.
No. Up until CoVid I’ve never had any one be so concerned about my vaccination status. People go to work all the time with the flu/colds etc. if they don’t require all vaccines then they shouldn’t require the CoVid vaccine.
i think that when the virus first hit yes but only because it spread really fast and it killed a lot of people and we want to prevent more people from dying so yes we should have made people get the vaccine and if they refuse that's fine just make them stay at home so they won't come into contact with anyone so they don't get anyone sick.
Yes vaccination should be largely required, but the employer should be required to provide pto and any costs related to receiving the vaccine. Also exemptions for health reason should not affect one’s employment.
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