Experts say it’s going to become more difficult by the day to remain unvaccinated, as time goes on this summer and fall.
It has to do with businesses likely limiting themselves to serving only customers that have been vaccinated in the months ahead.
“I certainly think we’re going to see more of it as we go along,” Caitlin Anderson, an attorney with Syracuse-based Bond, Schoeneck & King told Syracuse.com. “I think it’s only going to get harder from here on out to be an unvaccinated person trying to be in society at this point.”
The state has said that in order for businesses to go to max capacity in all settings- they will need to serve only vaccinated people. “The incentive is pack as many people in there as possible,” Anderson added. “And the way you’re going to do that is require full vaccination of everyone.”
Anderson says it’s legal because it isn’t a civil rights issue- it’s a matter of public health.
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