By Christopher T. Vrountas, Esq. and Allison C. Ayer, Esquire, Vrountas, Ayer & Chandler, P.C.
More and more people in the United States are getting vaccinated for COVID-19, which means the workplace, like every place else, is changing. All 6 of the New England states (including New Hampshire) have already met President Biden’s goal that 70% of the adult population have at least one shot by July 4th. This is good news from a public health standpoint, because COVID cases are declining while vaccination rates increase. It is also good news from an economic perspective, as states and businesses alike remove pandemic-related restrictions and move closer to pre-pandemic operations. But increased vaccinations also trigger new questions about what employers must do to comply with applicable workplace laws.
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