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Should health care workers be required to get flu vaccines?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on January 8, 2013

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Photo of Allen Eastlund

“ I think they should. It seems like it should be a job requirement to do what you can to prevent the spread of disease. I can’t work at a construction site and take my hard hat off.”

Photo of Heather Eastlund

“ No, I don’t think they should be required. It’s their own personal decision. ”

Photo of Jered Banister

“ Of course. I’m a tattoo artist and have to wear safety glasses. Why not.”

Photo of Amber Hansen

“ No, they should be able to choose.”

Comments

Gandalf 1 year, 3 months ago

Perhaps a better question is why would healthcare providers object to getting them? Perhaps they know they are not as safe as advertised?

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toe 1 year, 3 months ago

It should be required of everyone. An errant sneeze is as deadly as a gun.

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Kyle Neuer 1 year, 3 months ago

Funny, it wasn't a "condition of employment" when we were hired.

That said, it's a minor inconvenience, at most. And an especially good idea for parents of school-age children, the little pestilence spreaders.

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hitme 1 year, 3 months ago

Of course, EVERYONE should. Even if it is only 60% effective. No one should be allowed in public w/o one; that's what we have prisons for.

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