A Minnesota hospital has fired about 50 workers who refused to get flu shots and whose requests for exemptions to the mandate were denied.
A Minnesota hospital has fired about 50 workers who refused to get flu shots and whose requests for exemptions to the mandate were denied. Jacquelyn Martin AP
A Minnesota hospital has fired about 50 workers who refused to get flu shots and whose requests for exemptions to the mandate were denied. Jacquelyn Martin AP

They didn’t want a flu shot. It cost them their jobs.

November 21, 2017 07:25 PM

UPDATED November 22, 2017 03:23 AM

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