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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Should hospitals require employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus?

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Some nurses at a Houston hospital have made headlines for suing their employer and staging a walkout over a requirement that they get the coronavirus vaccine.

The nurses say they should have the freedom to choose and that they have concerns because the vaccines are so new. The hospital says the requirement is meant to protect patients.

Do you think hospitals should require employees to be vaccinated? Vote in the poll below.

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  1. Given the ever growing number of adverse events incurred with these vaccines, and the total lack of any long term testing at all, the only thing “perfectly safe” about them is profit for the makers. They are NOT FDA approved, and so they are a medical experiment, which NO ONE should be coerced, or even encouraged, to participate in.

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