Covid19 has 99.9% survival rate and is treatable with drugs such as Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, Regeneron. Why do we need a vaccine? Will you take a vaccine for something like eye infection? No, there are antibiotics for this kind of health issue. Besides, the vaccines are all experimental and nobody knows what the short or long-term effects could be.
It is bullshit. Government power grabs .
Anyone who is making people take the vaccine is a criminal and should be put in a military tribunal
No, it is a fact people had side effects and death due to the vaccine. I worked in the medical field. I know of people personally.
No they should not.... There are people out there that absolutely cannot take the vaccine. It's a matter of life or death to them. Just because they can't take the vaccine does not mean that they cannot work safely. How would they like it if they couldn't take the vaccine & they were told you cannot come back to work. The long term side effects are not known at this time & with some of the side effects being reported & the difference in some people's body, a person may not be better off taking the vaccine.
Has the vaccine actually completed trials? It's my understanding that it was only approved for emergency use. I think we should have a choice on getting vaccinated or not. Also, HIPAA law gives us the right over our health information and who may access it. Why should we need to disclose if we've been vaccinated? NO, I do not believe individuals should be REQUIRED to be vaccinated for COVID-19 in order to return to work.
I will not be a part of the drug trials for a disease that is so survivable. Give me good data and I'll consider it, but don't require me or anyone else to be vaccinated with an unproven and sometimes dangerous alternative. Any company that requires one to be vaccinated is violating a person's privacy and endangering their workforce.
Requiring vaccine is the bad sign in the order to return or to work in because it will lead to next level to take your HIPPA right taken away.. How do you feel if the employer asks you if you had a vaccine for herpes since herpes is virus also. I don't think anyone has the right to know the medical history. I would ask employees to stay home if they are sick.. not come to work is a common sense.
I deeply think it is something that only you can decide on. Personally I am against the vaccine because it is at the experimental phase. I suggest that do a good physical check up first; after that pray God, ask for holly guidance. God will tell you what to do. It is a tough decision . Good luck
I believe that an employer should NOT require the vaccine. This is an experimental vaccine and thousands have fallen into the trial to see how it will affect them in the long term. Most drugs go through 30 years of testing before they are approved by use to the general public. If I was in my eighties and wanted to get out and feel safe, I would get it. It is ludicrous that people are getting their teens vaccinated with no history on the drug. Even drug companies that have drugsgo through 20 years of testing still have class action law suits against them. They should not be able to force me to put something in my body that I don’t trust. I had Covid in Oct. blood tests last week show I still have antibodies. 9 months, I’ll keep getting my blood tested!