I realize this post is almost 2 months old, and I'm sorry your mom got let go, but it's worth saying that with kids currently unable to receive any of the COVID-19 vaccines, it is absolutely essential for people who work around them to be fully vaccinated. Say what you will about vaccine mandates, when it comes to kids or people at risk, there is no argument to be made against it being mandatory. To work at a daycare, or elementary school, or anywhere around children who aren't your own but who you are responsible for, without taking the necessary precautions, is incredibly irresponsible.Haven't gotten the vaccine yet, nor do I intend to. I dont really have a problem with it, it's just sad that they're requiring people to take it. My mom had to leave the day care she's worked at for 20 years because they're requiring it. It was either that or weekly covid testing with a religious exempt, and she wasn't going to go through that. This all just sucks
https://youtu.be/EQQSvj5b0vo I am not Canadian, I live in the States. I just say Canadian things because my Great-Grandmother was Canadian. (Even though she mostly lived in Topeka)A Canadian, I see. Good on ya for getting it done. Still waiting on the go ahead for the booster shot.
I haven't been vaccinated yet. But I also believe that if possible, everyone should make a vaccine against coronavirus. I understand that people have fears because the vaccine has not been tested for a long time. Also, we cannot know about all the possible risks and consequences because this vaccine has just started to be given. But I think this risk is worth it. Coronavirus is very dangerous. A person can simply die in a month, although before that everything was fine with him. It's scary, so it's better to be safe and get vaccinated