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Requiring proof of vaccination should be carefully considered by the employer, keeping ADA guidelines in mind when making any request for either personal information or sharing it with others. (Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM)

Employers are currently faced with a myriad of considerations regarding coronavirus policies, with the most pressing question being: as a company, do we take a stance of encouraging employees to be vaccinated or do we make this a mandatory condition of employment?

With one in four Americans still claiming they will refuse a COVID-19 vaccine if offered one, and cases on the rise in many states around the country — many of which had been in a sharp decline for much of February and March — there’s now an even greater need for widespread vaccination to end the pandemic.

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