Tell us how employer-mandated vaccines affect you
Earlier this month, President Joe Biden announced a plan directing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to enact a rule requiring businesses with 100 or more employees to mandate either COVID-19 vaccinations or weekly testing among employees. The Day wants to know how people at southeastern Connecticut companies with 100 or more employees feel about this, and how it will impact them. Was your company already mandating vaccines? Will you feel safer with this rule? Or are you unhappy about this mandate, or planning to change jobs as a result? If you want to share your thoughts, email reporter Erica Moser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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