Dispatches from a Pandemic: Debate over mandatory COVID-19 vaccines shifts to religious exemptions — and what constitutes ‘sincerely held beliefs’


First came the disputes over whether employers are allowed to fire workers refusing COVID-19 vaccination. Now come the fights about who gets religious exemptions when vaccination mandates kick in — and what counts as fair treatment for people even if they get an accommodation.

Even in the best of times, it’s a drama that mixes science, religion and law. Set this against the backdrop of a 19-month-old global pandemic and the debate about the balance between a person’s faith and public health takes on new urgency, observers…

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