When it comes to COVID-19 vaccinations, should nurses have a choice?
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When it comes to COVID-19 vaccinations, should nurses have a choice?

Nicky Hayes Consultant editor, Nursing Older People

Coronavirus vaccination and whether it should be compulsory for nurses is emerging as a contentious issue but it is one that must be explored and resolved. A government consultation on plans to make vaccination against COVID-19 a legal requirement for nurses who work in care homes for older people in England closed last month. A decision is expected in the summer.

Nursing Older People. 33, 3, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/nop.33.3.5.s1

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