Workplace Flu Vaccinations – May Become Illegal in Ohio

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I am not a fan of any governments on this planet. Also, I am not a fan of these controlling fascist corporations. However, I am self employed and therefore can avoid working in cubicle land.

Corporations in the State of Ohio are allowed to force their employees to get injected by a flu vaccine each year. I have no fucking idea how they get away with this. Corporations in Ohio have been firing employees who refuse to receive a flu shot.

The Ohio legislature has introducted a bill that would make this practice illegal. Vaccination is a controversial subject, especially when you find out that individuals that receive a flu vaccine still can contract the flu. Also, people can get extremely ill and even die after getting a flu shot.

I have never been injected with a flu vaccine and don’t ever plan on getting a flu shot. As the flu season approaches you will see all kinds of government messages recommend you receive these shots. Adding insult to injury now corporations are acting like another layer of government control.

I would never fucking work for a corporation that would penalize or fire anyone that refused a flu vaccine. I guess Ohio is an at will employment state. Basically meaning that employers can fire you at will.

As a serf you can quit at will as well. Corporations are not supposed to discriminate. You are supposed to get a medical or religious exemption.

I am not sure if any Ohio corporations violated these exemptions. A bill making it illegal to fire an employee who rejects a flu vaccine for any reason has been introduced in the Ohio Legislature before, but obviously has never passed. It is ridiculous to me that this issue is even being debated.

However, humans that run corporations can become just as corrupt, criminal, and crooked as humans that run governments.

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