The following article, Major Banking Firm Won’t Allow Unvaccinated Americans Back to Offices, was first published on Flag And Cross.
There is a real fear here in the United States that the unvaccinated among us could soon be considered second class citizens, shoved unceremoniously from our everyday lives by overzealous corporate and private organizations.
Some of the instances have been profound thus far: Ball parks around the country have announced that they would seek to segregate fans who hadn’t been jabbed from the rest of the crowd. Bruce Springsteen even went so far as to say no unvaccinated folks could watch his broadway musical, and briefly even barred some who’d been vaccinated, depends on the brand of vaccination they received. (Springsteen would later lift that last bit).
Now it appears as though this sentiment is making its way to the workplace.
Investment bank Morgan Stanley plans to lift mask and physical distancing requirements in its offices next month, but only after banning unvaccinated workers, clients, and visitors. The company told its workforce on Tuesday that employees and clients who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be unable to return to offices that have a significant employee presence in New York City and New York’s Westchester County starting July 12, CNBC reports. The New York Timesreports the rule will also apply to visitors, though “the requirement relies on an honor system for now rather than proof of vaccination.” Workers who are not fully vaccinated are expected to continue working remotely.
Although the pandemic is largely subsiding, Dr. Anthony Fauci and others are beginning to raise concerns about the “delta” variant of the coronavirus, which could further delay a return to civilized society for the unvaccinated.
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