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Can an employee object to mandatory COVID-19 vaccines on religious grounds?

By Debbie Kaminer, Professor of Law, Baruch College, CUNY
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New guidelines take a broad definition of who can apply for a religious exemption to vaccinations. A lot will hinge on what constitutes 'undue hardship' to the employer.

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