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Co-workers should have to take COVID vaccine 57% of Americans say

Co-workers should have to take COVID vaccine 57% of Americans say

According to a poll by CNBC and Survey Monkey which was published on Friday, more than 57% of Americans have demanded that employees be required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 by their employers before returning to work. The poll results were made public when medical experts have claimed that widespread inoculation is required due to the rise in cases.

Sandra
Sandra
IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

Person 1: "I'm afraid of COVID, so everyone should be vaccinated!" Person 2: "Why don't YOU get vaccinated and then you don't have to be afraid?". Person 1: """

Shane
Shane 1 months

I'm so sick of this. With the scaremongering that has been going on this past year it's no wonder people are so frightened that they want mandated vaccines. The easiest way to obtain power (and dependence on the state) is to persuade the population that they need it. I believe every communist regime has used this tactic to their ultimate advantage. Hitler used it as well. This is beyond a joke. I'm not against vaccines, but please do not mandate them. People deserve to be able to work and travel regardless of whether they are vaccinated. This is the most fundamental of freedoms!

Garthak
Garthak 1 months

Nope. If you feel you need a vaccine, then great, go ahead. I don't think there is anything nefarious about it, it's more than likely perfectly safe, and I actually would encourage you to take it if you're worried about covid. But I'm not going to, because I chose not to. If the government or my employer force me, imma fight back.

Richard
Richard 1 months

If you are going to get the vaccine. Then why do you care if anyone else gets it or not. If it works and has no severe side effects you would be safe. Be very careful when you force people to do something. Someday someone might force you to do something you don't want to.

Glen
Glen 1 months

Since when do we use polls to make life decisions. This isn't freedom.

John
John 1 months

Another thought... Isn't my coworker knowing if I've been vaccinated or not a HIPPA violation?

Pavlos
Pavlos 1 months

People are acting like sheeps that are volunteering for slaughter. A "not-that-dangerous-virus" that is been propagandised to us every day it now has supporters thst are willing to burn those of us thst have't lost rheir minds yet.

John
John 1 months

If you've been vaccinated, you should be quiet and mind your own business.

Trevelyn
Trevelyn 1 months

The co workers who's pushing for me to take the shot Should get a vasectomy or get their tubs tied .

Zed
Zed 1 months

That’s ok! Will the peers asking others to get the vaccine 💉 take on the liability ✍🏼 for any short or long term side-effects / / 😋 (Shouldn’t be a problem because everyone thinks it’s very safe…) ... It’s just that vaccine manufacturers are exempt from liabilities that even a popsicle maker is not…🤷🏽 Anyone who feels pressured to take the vaccine can present this form and request the person recommending it to take on the liability... and stand behind their word Rebr/nd.ly/beforeyoupokeme

Tachyon
Tachyon 1 months

This just goes to show what kind of a*holes a good propaganda campaign can turn people into.

John
John 1 months

That’s called the tyranny of the majority & it is absolutely sick. If you’re scared of a dry cough that kills people of an average age of 86 w 2.6 co-morbidities, that’s your issue. Don’t tell me what to do with my body. (Does that last bit sound familiar???)

David
David 1 months

I have mixed feelings on this. I personally am going to get the vaccine asap. You know because science. But forcing a vaccine on people is just going to make people double down on their stupidity. And subscribe to more conspiracy theories about vaccines. Imo.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 1 months

Vaccines help those who take them. If I take it, I won't get the virus. If you don't take it, I STILL won't get the virus, but you may. It should be a personal decision since it is a personal risk. The opinions of others are irrelevant.

Brian
Brian 1 months

People get over your selves when the vaccine comes take it help out ppl around you use your common sense

Josh
Josh 1 months

Whatever happened to individual freedoms and liberties?

Glen
Glen 1 months

Sheer idiocy.

Jane
Jane 1 months

So 57% of people have crappy coworkers?

Trevelyn
Trevelyn 1 months

My body my choice .Or is that only for baby killers ?

Heydrich Was Right
Heydrich Was Right 1 months

Who cares. You can't make anyone take a new drug/vaccine for a virus.

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