Can Nonprofits Require COVID-19 Vaccines?

June 10, 2021 Published Works

On June 10, employment and labor attorney Tawny Alvarez spoke with Maine Association of Nonprofits for its blog post "Help Desk FAQ: Can Nonprofits Require COVID-19 Vaccines?" As MANP continues to receive questions from nonprofits seeking guidance on how to safely return to work in the office and vaccine rules, they reached out to Tawny for insight and best practices on the topic. The blog post goes through the interview with Tawny answering common questions that MANP receives.

Click here to read the full interview on MANP's website.

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