Vaccine shot. With federal approval of both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines and a national rollout plan in place, employment experts address potential issues for employers in keeping staff safe. (Photo: BaLL LunLa/Shutterstock)

As government and health officials work to execute a massive operation in vaccinating the nation as quickly as possible, employment attorneys are keeping busy speaking with their clients — both employers and employees — on how, when, and if employees would get vaccinated.

While experts agree there are many unknowns since this country hasn’t faced a health pandemic on this scale in 102 years, they all agree on one thing: Decisions employees and employers make on vaccinations will affect not just themselves but those around and close to them.

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