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No work, no vacation: what are deprived of those who are not vaccinated against COVID-19

The pressure on the unvaccinated is growing to increase vaccination rates and prevent the spread of the virus as highly infectious variants emerge. Many organizations categorically tell unvaccinated people that they are no longer welcome. More about what can no longer be done, said the publication Money Talks News.

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Working for specific employers

In recent weeks, companies have begun demanding massive vaccinations for all employees. The list of such companies is long and seems to be constantly growing.

Earlier this month, US President Joe Biden effectively added the federal government to this list.He signed a decree requiring all federal employees to be vaccinated.

More recently, the White House announced that the US Department of Labor is developing a regulation "that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure that their workforce is fully vaccinated, or require all workers who fail to receive vaccines to test negative on a weekly basis."

Traveling to certain countries

Some countries advise unvaccinated Americans to stay at home. These include France and Spain, while Sweden encourages all Americans to stay away regardless of vaccination status.

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The United States is not the only country that is treated coldly. Finland said in August that travelers arriving from Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina and Canada are temporarily unable to enter the country unless they are fully vaccinated. This is because more infections have been reported in these countries.

Soon, the situation for unvaccinated travelers may become even more difficult. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said he would support a ban on air travel for all unvaccinated people.

Australian airline Qantas has already announced plans to ban unvaccinated passengers from international flights.

Attend Broadway plays

In late July, the Broadway League announced that all 41 Broadway theaters in New York will require proof of vaccination from attendees at performances by the end of October, and after that a revision of the show's rules is planned.

All participants in the production - from the performers to the behind-the-scenes team - must also be vaccinated.

Enjoy other entertainment in New York

New York now requires proof of vaccination to allow you to visit restaurants, entertainment and indoor fitness centers. The decree entered into force on 17 August but did not apply until 13 September.

To serve in the military

The head of the Department of Defense, Lloyd J. Austin III, at one time ordered that all US military personnel be subject to mandatory vaccination against COVID-19.

The August 24 Memorandum requires the full vaccination of all active duty military personnel, as well as members of the National Guard or Ready Reserve.

Attend Las Vegas Raiders games

If you're an unvaccinated Las Vegas Raiders fan, expect to only watch this season's matches from home. The NFL team announced that all home game participants must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19.

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Those who have not been vaccinated can get vaccinated right in the stadium before the games. Using this opportunity, you will be able to get to the stadium and watch the game in a mask.

Attend specific colleges

At least two institutions - Ohio State University and the entire Public University of New York (SUNY) system - have said all students must be vaccinated to attend classes this school year.

Ohio has set deadlines for the first (October 15) and second (November 15) vaccines. SUNY offers a "grace period of up to 35 days". SUNY will also consider requests for exemptions from vaccinations for religious or medical reasons, while Ohio says "a limited set of exemptions will be approved on a case-by-case basis."

Smaller institutions such as Sacramento State University have implemented similar policies.

Enjoy the fun in San Francisco

Like New York City, San Francisco restricts access to entertainment unless you are vaccinated. The City says all restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms and large indoor events must obtain proof of vaccination from both patrons and employees.

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