Most US employers say vaccine mandates are possible by end of year

Novo Nordisk, Lundbeck and Saniona have already implemented vaccine requirements at their US offices. Leo Pharma has stated that it will not follow suit.

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Vaccine mandates are set to become more common in the workplace.

A majority of US employers -- 52 percent -- are planning or considering requirements for a Covid-19 shot by the end of the year, according to a survey released Wednesday by consultant Willis Towers Watson. That’s more than double the 21 percent of companies polled that currently have some form of mandate.

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