Do you think the vaccine mandate is alleviating or exacerbating the labor shortage in the US?

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A common anti-vaxx talking point is that people are quitting their jobs or refusing to go back to work because they don't want to risk suffering from the long term health effectiveness of the vaccine. However, there are always 2 sides to every story and what I don't see people talking about is how many individuals are now willing to go back to work because they have to worry less about contracting the virus. There has been a lot of rhetoric about how we could have preserved the economy by isolating the vulnerable. Well, first of all this is BS because the virus is still more than capable of incapacitating healthy adults (i. e. making them incapable of working) but despite this fascistic "us versus them" mentality anti-vaxxers exhibit, the vulnerable aren't a negligible fraction of the population and keeping them isolated will have an adverse impact on the economy. And as for "lasting side affects" it's currently estimated that 1 in 4 people who are infected with coronavirus will have long term health impacts and hot having to worry about that will make people less apprehensive about going back to work.

Vaccine mandates don't "violate bodily autonomy", they protect bodily autonomy by preventing individuals from violating said autonomy by spreading deadly pathogens to them.
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