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Vaccine Refusers Risk Compassion Fatigue – Medical Professionals are Getting Fed Up With People Who Won’t Protect Themselves

After the horrors that health-care workers have endured during the pandemic, many are struggling to sympathize with people who won’t protect themselves.

State of Montana Employees Return to Work as State Faces Virus Surge

COVID-19 vaccinations are not required of state employees, and vaccination rates in Montana remain below the national average

What The CDC Isn’t Telling You About Masks Is Terrifying – Coming Soon For The Unvaccinated: A $50 Monthly Paycheck Deduction From Your Employer

As management guru Peter Drucker once noted, “The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said.” And what the CDC isn’t saying to the public is highly disconcerting.

Fact check: Workers fired for refusing a vaccine are unlikely to qualify for unemployment

“Employees should not refuse vaccination relying on the assumption that they will be able to collect unemployment,” Natalie Sanders, an employment law attorney with Brooks Pierce

“Wolverines!” – 60 Minutes – Doctors, scientists who warned officials about oncoming pandemic focus of Michael Lewis book

In his book, “The Premonition,” Michael Lewis profiles people who tried to sound the alarm about COVID-19 as officials failed to act.

One Third Of Montana Counties Fall Under The New CDC Mask Recommendations – Montana Schools Superintendent Says Masks Should Be Personal Choice

The state’s superintendent of public instruction is advocating for personal choice while public health experts push for mandates.

As more workers fall ill, restaurateurs weigh a dramatic step: banning the unvaccinated

“It’s hard to turn down money. But is your health worth more than money?” one chef asks.

Health Officials Urge Precautions as COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Hit Levels Not Seen Since Spring in Missoula County

With this news, local health officials are urging the public to start wearing masks again.

More U.S. employers are saying get a shot or get another job

“There’s a longstanding precedent to set workplace rules,” said Dorit Reiss, a professor who studies vaccine policy at the University of California Hastings College of the Law. “A safe workplace is important not just for the employer, but also for the employees and for the consumers.”

Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin asks legislature to reconvene following mandatory vaccine for health systems

“I am calling on the Idaho Legislature to reconvene and take action to protect Idahoans from medical tyranny. No one should be forced to choose between keeping their job and undergoing an experimental medical procedure that violates their conscience.” Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin