The California Department of Public Health says all healthcare workers need to have both doses of the vaccine before Sept. 30 or undergo weekly testing.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Health experts are calling the recent surge in coronavirus cases, driven by the Delta variant, a pandemic of the unvaccinated. That has led to a growing number of vaccine mandates, including for healthcare workers in California.
But not all of those workers are on board.
“We should have a right to choose. It is somebody’s personal choice to receive a vaccine,” Sacramento nurse Carly Rinaldi said.
Rinaldi said she chose to get the Pfizer vaccine months ago.
“I am not against vaccines. I was hesitant like I think many are with this vaccine,” she said.
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