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A New York City waitress was fired for refusing a COVID-19 vaccine over fertility concerns

A New York City waitress was fired for refusing a COVID-19 vaccine over fertility concerns

A person wears rubber gloves while scanning a QR code menu at a restaurant in New York City
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A Brooklyn restaurant fired a waitress who said she refused a COVID-19 vaccine in case it made her less likely to get pregnant.




Staff at the Red Hook Tavern got an email from management saying the vaccine was mandatory.




Bonnie Jacobson told the New York Times she wanted to see more data before she was vaccinated.




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A New York City waitress said Wednesday she was fired from a restaurant after refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccine in case it reduced her chances of getting pregnant.Bonnie Jacobson, 34, said she was unexpectedly terminated from Red Hook Tavern in Brooklyn on Monday, days after she expressed concern about the vaccine's potential impact on fertility, the New York Times reported.The restaurant's management sent out an email to staff on February 12 that said the COVID-19 vaccination would be mandatory for employees.After a 13-hour shift on February 14, Sunday, Jacobson replied on Monday, explaining that she wanted to wait for more data and research about the vaccine's impact on fertility.
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