Does Your Cancer Center Require Employees To Be Vaccinated? How Cancer Patients Can Stay Safe From The Delta Variant During COVID-19

Published Jul 29, 2021

Does Your Cancer Center Require Employees To Be Vaccinated? How Cancer Patients Can Stay Safe From The Delta Variant During COVID-19

As the Delta variant continues to spread rapidly in the United States, it's important that cancer patients are kept healthy and safe. SurvivorNet talked to 11 esteemed cancer centers across the country to find out if they're requiring healthcare workers to be vaccinated.

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