Apple tells the staff to get the booster shots. Well, it had been said to be true reportedly. But that does not mean that it is not true. As we all know the coronavirus cases are on the rise because of the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Any way the booster shots had been available for the public for quite some time, and the people who are not taking the vaccine booster shots are kinds of messing up with the whole idea of getting the immunity of the community high.
Get the COVID-19 Booster Shot, Apple Reportedly Tells Staff
So there had been reports saying that Apple had asked their employees to get the booster shots. This can be seen as a concern for the people working for them. It is also the cause for their own sake but let us say that it is a mixed kind of concern to make sure that everyone is safe and is doing good in this Covid infested situation.
“Due to waning efficacy of the primary series of COVID-19 vaccines and the emergence of highly transmissible variants such as Omicron, a booster shot is now part of staying up to date with your COVID-19 vaccination to protect against severe disease,” Apple said in a staff memo that had been seen by The Verge.
Well, that being said, the words do carry true words, and the Booster shots are really important. The government officials had been screaming about it for ages but some people still chose to ignore it and not take the vaccine booster shots. That is it.
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The effects of contracting COVID-19 are severe.
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