Had a bit of a falling-out over the past weekend with a longtime friend over the vaccine.
Hopefully, it won’t completely terminate our friendship and eventually we’ll be able to hang out again in the future, but for now, we probably won’t be spending much time together anytime soon.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, a new survey took a look at this very issue amongst families, asking people if they’ll be banning unvaccinated relatives from the Thanksgiving dinner.
According to the results, two out of three people feel they cannot go home for the holidays without getting vaccinated first. Of the 65 percent who are fully vaccinated, nearly six in 10(58%) have reportedly cut off family members who refuse to get the vaccine. Meanwhile, 63 percent don’t feel comfortable inviting unvaccinated relatives to their parties.
Are you telling your unvaccinated relatives to stay away from your Thanksgiving gathering?