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Should workers who don't get the coronavirus vaccine lose their jobs?

Should workers who don't get the coronavirus vaccine lose their jobs?

Yes

14

No

9

Yes

Should workers who don't get the coronavirus vaccine lose their jobs?
14 Comments
Jamie McAtee
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Jamie McAtee

It’s the right thing to do. As a human, it is our responsibility to protect others from this Virus. It’s been proven safe and effective in preventing serious disease. The longer the pandemic goes on the more virulent the virus will become. It’s up to each of us to do our part.

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Harry D
Harry D

Vaccinated people are getting sick, still transmitting the virus to others, and still dying. Why are policy makers ignoring natural immunity? Why does the percentage for herd immunity keep changing? Follow the money. COVID pediatric cases are way down - find some other fear tactic and fast.

Jamie McAtee
Jamie McAtee

The vaccine is not designed to prevent you from getting the virus altogether. The data is fairly clear. Vaccinated people have less chance of getting it, less chance of getting as sick and less chance of dying. All parameters measured are statistically significant. Not a $ or political thing.

Donna Hogue
2
Donna Hogue

Its not about you. Do something for the good of all!

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Adam Schrader
2
Adam Schrader

People DO have a right to take the vaccine. They DON'T have the right to jeopardize other people's health and safety. If you don't want the vaccine, find a job from home.

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Adam Schrader
Adam Schrader

Yes, I'm vaccinated. And yes I got the delta strain last month. Was hospitalized. Multiple doctors said if I didn't get vaxed, I well could be dead. People, this is serious! Get vaxed for the health of everyone around you.

Harry D
Harry D

In a massive government over reach, the vaccine mandate actually applies to people who are employed by covered employers, who only work from home. What is next? Mandates on people with heart disease, obiesity, smokers, cancer, genetic indicators of future health issues? Resist tyrany!

Jeffrey S
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Jeffrey S

The unvaxinated are a place for the virus to evolve in. It is like that the virus will mutate to become worse than it allready is. PLEASE, for the sake of the newborn, get vaccinated. Signed Grandfather.

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Rachel Clara Smith
Rachel Clara Smith

❤️❤️❤️

Wendi Newman
2
Wendi Newman

People are worried about THEIR freedoms, not at all caring about others freedoms to a safe and healthy working environment. So their employers have to do it for them.

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Harry D
1
Harry D

Don't wait for the official OSHA rule - fire the vax deniers NOW. But that is not enough -no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark on their vaccine card with the name of the vaccine. Vax deniers must be literally starved to death. It is the only way to get back to normal life. 100% vax.

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Max
Max

If the vax worked the vaccinated would not be afraid of the unvaccinated, but it does not work. It is not a vax, it is an untested flu shot.

Mary Ann Bittle
Mary Ann Bittle

You need to get your $$$ back for that degree you got in virology. Whoops, yours is from Facebook U, Reddit U, U of YouTube, or FOX U, isn't it? No wonder you have no clue what you're talking about. That's fine... only the unvaxxed are dying, so keep it up! There's tons of you on sorryantivaxxers!

No

Should workers who don't get the coronavirus vaccine lose their jobs?
9 Comments
John Burton
4
John Burton

Everyone is already short-staffed. This mandate is stupid. These are the people that kept coming to work while everyone else sat home on their butts collecting a check.

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Max
3
Max

Why are US Senators and US House Members exempt? I think they should also be fired.

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Adam Schrader
Adam Schrader

For once, I agree with you

Lisa Gore
2
Lisa Gore

99.96% survivable without the “vax”...the vaxed are still wearing masks, and have been catching more Covid than the unvaxed...this leads me to our intelligent freedom to choose...just like we can choose to vote for certain candidates or not, which we will remember who voted for or against. 100%

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Dan Myers
2
Dan Myers

It's a decision that should be made between a doctor and patient, not the government.

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Will Mason
2
Will Mason

The 43% who think others should lose their jobs, should lose THEIR jobs. They are self centered jerks.

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Mandi Hamlin
1
Mandi Hamlin

This is something that can have life long effects on a person. A job is just that, a job. A workplace shouldn't have the ability to make life changing or altering choices for their workers. They don't get to have a say in any other medical decision for any of their workers, this is no different.

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Vernon Taylor
1
Vernon Taylor

Because Harry D voted yes.

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Max
Max

Harry D is wise beyond your comprehension. Don't try to keep up with him, that ain't gonna happen.

Harry D
Harry D

I frequently vote the opposite of how I really believe to demonstrate absurdity by being absurd. Saint Rush Limbaugh taught me that.

Is your holiday budget bigger or smaller than last year?

Is your holiday budget bigger or smaller than last year?

Bigger

0

Smaller

1

Bigger

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No one has commented yet

Smaller

1 Comment
Christopher Watson
0
Christopher Watson

Not buying anything this year!

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Are falling gas prices a sign of good things to come?

Are falling gas prices a sign of good things to come?

Yes

1

No

4

Yes

1 Comment
Max DeYoung
1
Max DeYoung

Yes for a short time, but it means other problems will escalate. The economy is in the toilet. It will get much worse.

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Harry D
Harry D

You are absolutely right. I voted no because the falling prices signal weakness in the economy and much harder times coming. The economy is not going to bounce back from $8T of printed money dumped into it - COVID panic - by foolish politicians.

No

4 Comments
Harry D
2
Harry D

The national average price of gas was $2.39 when Biden took office. Dems have been trying to kill fossil fuels for decades. Now they crow about slightly less expensive gas - robbing SPR to do it. Have you seen your natural gas bill lately? Way up. Hard times coming. Prepare now. FJB

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Jodie Jackson
1
Jodie Jackson

This is just one piece of the economic puzzle, and not indicative of future results for our wallets. Most of us have adjusted to the higher fuel prices by curtailing fueling up when we can avoid it, but the lower fuel costs still don't offset the still-rising cost of groceries. Or natural gas.

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John Starke
0
John Starke

Prices will go back up soon. Meanwhile, we still enjoy the lowest gas prices on the planet.

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