Some of the latest major American companies to announce they would require COVID-19 vaccinations for their employees include Tyson Foods, which has 120,000 workers in the United States.
“As people have heard, new [post-vaccine] variants of COVID-19 are more contagious, more deadly and responsible for most cases in America today,” said Tyson Foods in its vaccine mandate announcement on Tuesday, Aug. 3. “It is abundantly clear that getting vaccinated is the single most effective thing we can do to protect ourselves, our families and our communities.”
The company said 56,000 of its employees are already fully vaccinated. The remaining 64,000 must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 1 for office workers and Nov. 1 for plant employees.
Not only will Tyson Foods coerce its employees into getting the experimental and side effect-riddled vaccines with the threat of employment, but it will also bribe them. The company said all fully vaccinated employees will receive a $200 bonus for getting the vaccine.
This decision has already drawn major backlash, especially from the United Food and Commercial Workers, a labor union that represents around 24,000 Tyson Foods workers. Union officials said it will be meeting with company executives to discuss the vaccine mandate and make sure that the rights of workers are protected.
Its main concern is that the company is trying to coerce workers to get vaccinated even though they’re still experimental and have not received the full approval of the Food and Drug Administration.
Similar scenes are playing out in many other companies, some larger than Tyson Foods. Google, Microsoft and Disney have all announced similar vaccine mandates for their employees. Each company is larger than Tyson Foods, and all three have a combined workforce of more than half a million people.
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