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Jackalope

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An excerpt from the OSHA regulation requiring vaccination for employees. Workers who work remote, or work 100% outdoors are exempt from being required to vaccinate or test weekly. They are still counted however to qualify the employer for more than 100 employees. For example, if an employer has 150 employees but 100 of them work from home, the employer is still required to comply with the mandate, however the 100 that work from home are exempt.

If a remote worker is required to occasionally visit the office they will be required to have a negative covid test before coming to the office.

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giles

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Natural immunity needs addressed. Millions of people have tested positive and do not need a shot.
 

Jackalope

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Natural immunity needs addressed. Millions of people have tested positive and do not need a shot.

They covered it in the OSHA paper basically saying basically "there's not enough data yet, but we know the shot works, so they have to get the shot. ". 🙄.
 
[QUOTE="Jackalope,
A previous infection with SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 vaccination can provide immunity and protection against future illness.
A new study has compared the level of immunity afforded by a previous infection with the protection provided by a COVID-19 vaccine.
The results suggest that COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are around five times more effective at preventing hospitalization than a previous infection.
 

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[QUOTE="Jackalope,
A previous infection with SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 vaccination can provide immunity and protection against future illness.
A new study has compared the level of immunity afforded by a previous infection with the protection provided by a COVID-19 vaccine.
The results suggest that COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are around five times more effective at preventing hospitalization than a previous infection.

I'm not sure where you're going with that and can't look back as the quote is messed up.
 
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