Religious exemption not enough to save jobs as vaccine mandate looms
Religious exemption not enough to save jobs as vaccine mandate looms

State workers under a fast-approaching deadline to get the COVID-19 vaccine by October 18 are learning that not even a genuine religious exemption can save their careers.  

While Governor Jay Inslee’s vaccine mandate allows for both religious and medical exemptions, such exemptions are subject to accommodation. 

“All requests for a reasonable accommodation based on a sincerely held religious belief will be given full and appropriate consideration,” said Mike Faulk, press secretary for Governor Inslee. “It is also important to understand that even when a person has a sincerely held religious objection to a requirement of their job, their employment may be terminated if the employer is unable to reasonably accommodate that worker.”


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