Ok so I know there are valid, health related reasons some people cannot receive this vaccine. (Those persons are exempt with physician documentation by the way) And I also know that there are many objections out there to vaccines in general and I'm not here to start a massive debate on vaccines and autism. I just think that everyone who does patient care should very seriously consider the patients they are serving and how they can best protect their health and well-being. If that means employees getting a vaccination, washing their hands until they are chapped, and being slightly short-staffed when people are sick then THAT is where I want to be treated when I land in the hospital.
Anyone else have an opinion?