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U.S. workers think co-workers should pay a price for not getting vaccinated

Bloomberg/The Seattle Times 08/25/2021

Forty-one percent of workers agreed that non-vaccinated coworkers should pay more for their health insurance, according to a poll by Eagle Hill, a Human Resources consultancy. Almost two-thirds think that companies should not provide special allowances for working from home for those who refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Surcharges related to health insurance have become a topic of growing interest in corporate circles with some believing that the unvaccinated should pay a monthly premium, similarly to what is done with workers who smoke tobacco.

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