Putting this in more relevant thread. Wanted to know what people would be doing if they prefer not to take a COVID19 vaccine and that might affect their work.
Wondering what people's thoughts are about dealing with the vaccines we're hearing will be available soon?
There's the "health pass" app in Ireland and I know people working on a similar project in Australia - due in March 2021. I'm led to believe the plan is the vaccine won't be mandatory, but to act in commerce, work, travel, socialise - we may need to show proof (i.e on an app) we are vaccinated, otherwise participation is to be limited.
My wife is going to study post graduate nursing next year. Generally there's a cocktail of immunizations required to work in hospitals to take each year, or so I'm told. She is less concerned about the standard shots medical staff get. She is worried about the ones being developed for COVID-19. She looked into it and says doctors and nurses (and nursing students) will be some of the earliest to have to take this.
Considering what the C's cover about the ulterior purpose with such vaccines, what plans do you have when these vaccines are available? If you work in healthcare for example and may need to take a COVID19 shot to keep.working - I'm curious what you foresee you would do then?