Covid-19 vaccines and the Workplace: Argentina continues its struggle to roll out vaccine delivery to its population. As of June 22, government statistics show only 3.7 million people (approximately 8.2% of the total population) have been fully vaccinated.
While a privileged few can afford a plane ticket to Miami to receive the Pfizer vaccine, the rest of Argentina must wait to receive the Sputnik or the Astra Zeneca vaccines.
The gradual rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has started to ease fears and allow people to circulate more freely. Nonetheless, several doubts have arisen among employers about how to manage the return to the workplace. Can an employer require a vaccine? Can they lawfully differentiate between vaccinated and unvaccinated employees? Once vaccines become widely available to all, can or should a vaccine policy change? Read on for answers to these questions.