No flu shot, no job. That's the dilemma some hospital workers in Indiana are facing.
The hospital's parent company decided to make flu shots mandatory for all employees, beginning this year.
Some exemptions were allowed for allergies or religious beliefs. Not everyone with a religious objection got a waiver.
The hospital says 26 people applied for the religious flu vaccine exemption. Less than half of them were allowed to keep working without getting the shot.
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