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Only 16% of employers are making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for current employees, while 14% are requiring vaccinations for new hires only, according to a survey of 150 employers released Monday by law firm Blank Rome LLP.
According to the survey, 56% of employers said they are surveying employees on whether they are vaccinated, and 30% of employers are requiring proof of vaccination from employees. Among those employers seeking proof of vaccination, 46% said they obtain a copy of a vaccination card or other record, and 23% ask a screening question.
Nearly 74% of employers are not allowing employees to wear something indicating that they are vaccinated.
Thirty percent of employers surveyed said their offices are fully back to work with minor exceptions, and 25% said their offices are open with optional on-site presence.
More than 75% of employers said they are relaxing or lifting COVID-19-related safety protocols. Of those that are doing so, 68% are relaxing mask usage requirements, and 56% are lifting social distancing requirements in conference and meeting areas.
The survey was conducted between July 7 and July 16.
Morgan Stanley soon will require its employees, visitors and clients to receive Covid-19 vaccinations before they are allowed into the investment firm's New York area offices, Yahoo News reports. The requirement will start July 12 under which individuals will have to say whether or not they have been vaccinated.