joetrain wrote:No vaccine, no work. Canâ€™t be right. Please enlighten me.
joetrain wrote:I worked in construction so I couldnâ€™t work from home. I could work alone though. So would my employer be required to allow me to work on a job site alone if I refused a vaccine? What about those who already had the virus? They have the antibodies so why would they have to be vaccinated?
matt_ski wrote:The employers cannot request you get the vaccine yet because vaccine is approved for emergency use only. They can request that you get one if you want to walk around without a mask.
So more accurately, No vaccine, work with mask on.
Woohoodude11 wrote:Previously having COVID doesn't make you "immune", it just makes your body more likely to fight it off before it can affect you. And that all depends on how much antibodies you've built up. Healthy folks with strong immune systems have more than the person at work that comes down with a cold every few weeks.
matt_ski wrote:In the other news, Costco website says you do not need mask anymore if your jurisdiction allows it. Illinois does, anybody made a trip yet?
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