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Opening the Doors: Return-to-Workplace Considerations During COVID-19, Part Eight: The COVID-19 Vaccine and the Workplace

December 1, 2020, Covington Alert

With a COVID-19 vaccine now on the horizon, employers are considering whether they can require employees to be immunized. Although mandating COVID-19 vaccination for employees will likely be permissible with some exceptions, employers will also need to grapple with a number of challenging issues, such as whether they should require the vaccination and what to do if employees refuse to be vaccinated.

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