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Does Kroger think that moral hazard explains vaccine reluctance?

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How else do you explain their cut in Covid-19 benefits to unvaccinated employees? Here is what Kroger says:  ...the company is modifying policies to encourage safe behaviors [emphasis mine] as it prepares to navigate the next phase of the pandemic, and that the changes are designed to create a healthier workplace and workforce. As treatments for COVID-19 get better, the benefit of getting vaccinated declines.  Earlier blog post: Does moral hazard explain some vaccine reluctance?

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How else do you explain their cut in Covid-19 benefits to unvaccinated employees? Here is what Kroger says: 
 ...the company is modifying policies to encourage safe behaviors [emphasis mine] as it prepares to navigate the next phase of the pandemic, and that the changes are designed to create a healthier workplace and workforce. 
As treatments for COVID-19 get better, the benefit of getting vaccinated declines.  

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