What the Pfizer FDA approval means for employer vaccine plans

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With the U.S. Food and Drug Administration officially approving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine this week, employers are likely to get even more aggressive about their vaccination plans and requirements.

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Among the employers that announced new requirements following the approval were CVS Health, which said all corporate employees and certain clinical workers who interact with patients would have to get inoculated, and the Ohio State University, which announced Tuesday that it would require all students, faculty and staff to complete the full vaccination process by Nov. 15. Experts expect many more will follow.

Brian Kropp, chief of research in the Gartner HR

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