While big-name US firms can compel their staff to be vaccinated against Covid, in the UK the issue is a legal and moral minefield
After a turbulent 18 months running an online retail business during the pandemic, Julie Jones is now facing a new challenge.
One of her eight employees has decided not to get vaccinated against Covid-19. The company, based in the north-west of England, works in a small office space, and having one unvaccinated team member is causing health and financial concerns for Jones (not her real name) and her other staff.
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