Majority of Small Businesses Not Requiring Employees Get Tested or Vaccinated

OnFocus – A recent survey by the U.S. Census Bureau’s Small Business Pulse Survey (SBPS) showed that small businesses are overwhelmingly not requiring their staff to get tested or vaccinated for COVID-19.

When asked on the survey if the business required a negative test for its employees to come to work, 10.0% said yes, 70.1% said no and 19.9% said not applicable because they didn’t have employees coming in to work.

The businesses were also asked whether they required employees to get the COVID-19 Vaccine before coming in to work and 2.2% said yes, 78.4% said no, and 19.4% said not applicable. The data showed health care workers were required to get the vaccine before going to work in 62% of instances.

More information about the SBPS and the U.S. Census Bureau can be found at https://www.census.gov/smallbusiness.

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