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35% 465 votes
65% 850 votes
1315 people voted
Yes, it is in the best interests of everybody 763 votes

Yes, it is in the best interests of everybody
58%
I'm not sure - everybody should be able to make their own choice 341 votes

I'm not sure - everybody should be able to make their own choice
26%
No, this should not ever be determined by a person's employer 189 votes

No, this should not ever be determined by a person's employer
14%
Other - leave a comment below 22 votes

Other - leave a comment below
2%
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Jewelbabe

Jewelbabe

  Normally I'm all for free choice (like with flu jabs) but at the moment, It think safety and the rights of not only yourself but others, not to get ill and die has to be paramount.
Sycorax

Sycorax

  The idea of exercising choice is great until some anti-vaxxer spreads the disease to others who become ill or die. When it comes to things like Hepatitis or Aids if you knowingly spread the disease to others then you can be charged for assault/attempted murder. Sure let people exercise the choice not to be vaccinated but also make sure they get the punitive consequences as others do who spread a deadly disease.
elainealexander699

elainealexander699

  .... sorry, fat fingers..... That could be a very bad move for Worker Rights in the future.
elainealexander699

elainealexander699

  Employers don't make the Law; we do through our politicians. I would think that employers could be faced with legal action, if people are sacked or left unpaid, unless the Gov. decides to make it Law. That
AndyLamborghini

AndyLamborghini

  Yes, but exceptions need to be made for those who can't be vaccinated due to medical reasons.
Brucie

Brucie

  Discrimination. I have been fully vaccinated. But that is my choice. We cannot/ should not force anyone to undergo a medical procedure against their will.
yvonne7495

yvonne7495

  difficult question especially if, like me, you had bad side effects after the vaccine-some people have been disabled so is the employer willing to keep the job open for someone who is made ill by the vaccine ?

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