As society continuously trends toward a higher degree of equality, fairness, and acceptance, we're encountering a blip along that road. As governments try to put the nail in this pandemic's coffin, some people are hesitant to follow instructions – in the form of refusing vaccines.
Online invoicing for Small Business, Skynova, surveyed 1,075 people, including 583 business owners, to learn more about their opinion on how unvaccinated people should be allowed to acclimatize to normalcy – should they be penalized in any way? And if so, how? We'll also touch on COVID-19 fees in relation to how businesses have managed to cover nagging costs and how they subdue other pandemic-related headaches.
Some Study Highlights:
- 46% of vaccinated people believe the unvaccinated should be completely denied airline tickets, and 38% believe they should be denied access to restaurants. 35% believe the unvaccinated should be denied hotel stays
- 67% of vaccinated people believe the unvaccinated should pay an additional fee for Covid-19 precautions while visiting a business
- Airline tickets (48%), movie tickets (44%), restaurant meals (36%), and hotel stays (33%) are the top services people believe the unvaccinated should pay more for
- Business owners report losing $788 every time an employee tests positive for Covid-19; on average—62% of business owners have had an employee test positive, and 55% say that employee infected other workers