MN woman says she lost job after declining vaccine for remote work

This is a repost of the article written by Liz Collins for Alpha News.

“My professional career was ruined and so many other people’s lives were ruined as well,” she told Alpha News.

November 14, 2022

Andrea Vuleta-Jensen talks with Alpha News reporter Liz Collin. (Alpha News)

“They sold the role by saying if your kid doesn’t sleep at night, you can work in the afternoon, take a nap with him. Your child is your number-one responsibility. I just thought this would be a great role for this time in my life,” Vuleta-Jensen said.

“This is me going back into the workforce and one of the hardest times going back in 2020, 2021 is the daycare situation, finding a current job that is understanding of this child at home. So I just thought this would be good,” she added.

For nine months, the arrangement went smoothly with Vuleta-Jensen working with graphic designers and writers from her basement  — until an email mandating the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in her inbox last October.

Read the full article at Alpha News

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