Medical center employee shares concern for COVID-19 vaccine

Table of Contents Not anti-vaccine, no judgmentTop concerns To Sunshine Post, her opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine is, above all, a matter of choice. The Spring Hill mother of three works as an office administrator for a doctor associated with Williamson Medical Group, an organization that consists of more than […]

To Sunshine Post, her opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine is, above all, a matter of choice.

The Spring Hill mother of three works as an office administrator for a doctor associated with Williamson Medical Group, an organization that consists of more than 750 board-certified physicians supported by about 1,800 employees.

As hospitals and medical centers across Tennessee begin to announce new policies requiring their employees to become vaccinated for COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing, Post said she is preparing for the tough decision of either giving in to her employer’s wishes or leaving a job she has loved for five years.

Post said she has not yet been contacted by her managers specifically about mandatory vaccinations.

“It is a day-by-day process,” Post told The Daily Herald. “I have been preparing myself. At the end of the day, I would leave.”

https://www.columbiadailyherald.com/story/news/healthcare/2021/11/21/medical-center-employee-shares-concern-covid-19-vaccine/8633703002/

Christin Hakim

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