Siouxland Community Health Center nurse Shelby Petersen administers a COVID-19 vaccination to Pat Calvillo, of Sioux City, during a mass vaccination clinic on February 17 at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City, Iowa.
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Rod Boshart Gazette Des Moines Bureau
DES MOINES – Employers in Iowa would not have the right to require their employees to receive COVID-19 vaccines or to base other employment-related decisions on their vaccination history if a bill submitted to the Legislature is signed by Governor Kim Reynolds.
Members of the Senate Human Resources Committee voted 7-6 to approve a cutback measure that would prevent companies from mandating their employees to get vaccinated. Employers could also not use the history of vaccination, refusal of …
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