Letter from the reader: Service providers in close contact should post vaccination status

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I recently had three experiences that made me very uncomfortable and perhaps exposed an area of ​​COVID-19 protection that has been overlooked.

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She had appointments with a chiropractor, a massage therapist, and a physical therapist. None of them said if they were vaccinated.

I decided to assume they weren’t and went out of business.

It seems to me that there is nothing to protect people in these situations. I believe that any personal care service that needs to be provided within six feet of a person should require the service provider to post their vaccine status.

We are now required to show ours to enter various establishments, however many close contact service providers can still put us at risk.

Anne St. Pierre, McGregor

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