For Tony Lamb, the decision to get the Covid-19 vaccine is a personal one. Living in Florence, Kentucky, he mostly avoided run-ins with the virus until this fall, when he found himself driving his 81- and 84-year-old parents to the hospital, on Thanksgiving Day, where they admitted with Covid-19. Fortunately, they've recovered, but he says the experience changed his perspective on the vaccine, and his decision to recommend that his employees get it.
"When it's personal, your perspectives change and your attitudes and your opinions change," says Lamb. "Right now, I'd say, 'You know what, everybody vaccine up,' but that's based on some personal issues that just happened. If you had asked me this 30 days ago, I'd have told you to take it if you want to."
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