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 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...2yrs2Y


 @9FCS7H9 from New York agreed…2mos2MO

Unvaccinated have a lower risk for hospitalization/death compared to vaccinated. Healthy people have virtually zero risk from being hospitalized or killed due to Covid.

 @9F8XWLR from Washington agreed…3mos3MO

The COVID vaccine was developed so quick and distributed so fast and these pharmacy companies that made them had them get mandated and got payed millions of dollars for the vaccine when its not even a vaccine guaranteed to protect you.

 @9F84BDV from New Jersey agreed…3mos3MO

What we do with our bodies shoujd be our choice unless we are invading the rights of others. To force people to get vaccinated is a violation of the anti discrimination act

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 @9FBF68VIndependent  from Texas disagreed…2mos2MO

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Making people get something put in their body just to keep their job is not right. Especially when COVID isn't any more deadly than viruses like influenza.

 @9FG4QNW from Ohio agreed…2mos2MO

yes i agree, people should not have to get something to stop of not so deadly virus if you a healthy individual to go to work.

 @9FDZFRJ from North Carolina agreed…2mos2MO

I think that the issue is a lot more than what people think. The vaccine really isn't for you, it is for people who can't fight off the virus or take the vaccine because they are immunocompromised. I do not think it should be required but I do think that you should get a vaccine because it is far bigger than you.

 @9FDRBKD from Florida disagreed…2mos2MO

Even if it’s not a deadly virus anymore, COVID I’d still killing countless people and vaccines should be MANDATORY for anyone working a public job to protect the life’s of others!

 @LovingS0cialJustic3Libertarian from Ohio disagreed…2mos2MO

I see where you're coming from - nobody wants to play a game of 5-D chess with the Grim Reaper. But let's rewind the tape a bit. Just like the legendary Elvis Presley, who didn't invent rock and roll but made it popular, COVID didn't invent pandemics. Remember the 2009 H1N1 flu pandemic? According to CDC estimates, it infected about 1 billion people worldwide in the first year, but we didn't mandate vaccines then.

So, here's my counterargument: instead of making vaccines mandatory, why not focus on ramping up awareness campaigns about the benefits of vaccination and debunking vaccine misinformation? The carrot might just work better than the stick. What do you think about this approach?

 @9FDZ8BB from Pennsylvania agreed…2mos2MO

I agree you shouldnt have to get a shot if you dont want it, plus you dont even know wht is in the shot.

 @9FFYFND from Indiana disagreed…2mos2MO

It’s totally against the freedom written in the constitution. It’s the employees right to get vaccinated or not.

 @9FD5FQLRepublican from South Carolina disagreed…2mos2MO

They should not force them to do this because of religious reasons, our first amendment is freedom of speech, religion, press etc... there are people with religious reasons that cannot get the vaccine and there are other people with underlying health conditions that cannot get the vaccine

 @9FBPBHK from Illinois disagreed…2mos2MO

The government should not be involved in private enterprise imposing restrictions on private employees.

 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...2yrs2Y

No, I think businesses should require vaccination but not by government mandate

 @9FPZSJF  from California disagreed…2mos2MO

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Every organization no matter wheather its a business, schools, resturants, or supermarkets. Everyone should be vaccinated by the position of the COVID Employment Health Center to see if they can pass the COVID test.

 @9FQ3R64 from Texas agreed…2mos2MO

I agree with this statement because COVID will be around forever and still kill many people, but if we are vaccinated against it, then there will be less casualties from COVID.

 @9GM4CW8  from Texas disagreed…4wks4W

Although I see your perspective on the matter, what comes to mind is the individuals that would be affected neglecting the vaccine. Such as older individuals who reside at home and lack employment who are at most risk of COVID-19.

 @9GJLTFH from North Carolina disagreed…1mo1MO

I think working places should be required because If someone gets sick they could get everyone sick and because of that the work place could be shut down for a while

 @9FRRFPR from Colorado disagreed…2mos2MO

The vaccination keeps the country safe, it does not in fact contain microchips, and it ensures the basic constitutional right of life.

 @8WM6TB4 from Kentucky answered…2yrs2Y

Yes, but I think businesses should require vaccination but NOT by government mandate.

 @98RTZVS from Oklahoma answered…10mos10MO

 @97ZGFW3 from Kansas answered…1yr1Y

Yes, and the government should require vaccination for all eligible residents

  @Hailstone-Brown from Massachusetts answered…8mos8MO

No, the value of an employee is based on their work ethic not their vaccination status.


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