In the weeks and months to come when the roll–out of COVID–19 vaccinations finally hits high gear and people across the land are rolling up their sleeves for the jab, there is bound to be a touchy subject come up.
There will be some who refuse the jab, based on religious or personal beliefs. Many are concerned with how quickly the various vaccines were developed and don’t want anything put into their bodies that they don’t believe is safe.
On the other hand, employers have an obligation to keep the workplace safe for not only employees, but also members, public golfers, guests and clients in the case of golf businesses.
It is believed that enough Canadians will get their vaccinations to establish the “herd immunity” that’s required to return life in this country to normal, but that remains to be seen.
It’s your turn now. Should agreeing to take COVID–19 vaccination be a condition of employment in the golf industry?
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Should agreeing to take COVID–19 vaccination be a condition of employment in the golf industry?
- Yes (62%)
- No (38%)