Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-20 19:35:00 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – According to a recent study, as many begin to return to work directly, many Americans require employers to demand vaccinations from their workers and get paid to receive their injections. I think there is.
Many Americans think that vaccines should be obligatory to get back to work, but not many think that they should be obligatory in their work. KRQE News 13 asked the people of Albuquerque about their thoughts on employers in need of vaccines. “I think they should be to protect people other than me. I am vaccinated. To protect you who know the community, others should also be vaccinated. I think, “said Ronald Padilla.
by Kaiser Family Foundation According to a survey, half of adults generally believe that employers should require workers to be vaccinated. But at the same time, less than one-third of all adults who work for someone want their employer to vaccinate.
Polls also show that four in ten adults should give employers cash bonuses or incentives to workers to get vaccinated. “If you can’t get them to do the right thing without incentives, give them incentives, give them $ 1,000, give them a free trip somewhere, give them a holiday. Vaccine people. You need to get vaccinated. Anything that makes sense, “said Scott Schultz.
KRQE News 13 spoke with some people in Albuquerque who opposed employers in need of vaccination. But no one wanted to go to the camera.
The study also found that nearly 60 percent of workers working outside the home feel safe from COVID-19 at work. The majority of people feel unvaccinated and safe.
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