Tech Giant Google was this week one of the first major employers to confirm that it was considering making coronavirus vaccination a mandatory condition of working for the company.
The multi-national company reportedly released an internal memo to staff stating that new regulations within its US arm would mean that those who refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19 could be put on forced leave and then let go from the company if they fail to follow its COVID-19 rules, as reported by CNBC.
According to the internal memo, Google gave its employees until December 3 to upload proof of vaccination or receive approval for a medical or religious exemption. It added that anyone who fails to follow these criteria by January 13 will then be placed on a 30-day paid administrative leave.
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