On the other side of the Atlantic, too, the vaccination debate rages on.
US President Joe Biden ruled Thursday by announcing that federal officials should get vaccinated.
In the private sector, the tech giants also want to set an example by forcing their employees to pass the vaccination box.
Faced with the spread of the Delta variant, US President Joe Biden announced Thursday that all US federal officials will need to be vaccinated or undergo a strict health protocol.
In the United States, the question of vaccination is also beginning to gain ground in the private sector and in particular in the famous Silicon Valley, where the headquarters of many American giants are located.
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And it's the tech companies that want to lead by example.
Google and Facebook announced Wednesday that their employees will need to be vaccinated before they return to the office in the fall.
The CEO of Google even hopes to extend this obligation to other employees around the world in the coming months.
At Netflix, the vaccine is also becoming mandatory on film sets for American productions.
This is a first in Hollywood.
Wall Street and the hotel industry are also getting involved
So you should know that in the United States, it is a legal device.
An employer can force an employee to be vaccinated.
As early as June, moreover, two Wall Street figures, the Morgan Stanley bank and the asset manager BlackRock, indicated that they would require their employees to be vaccinated.
The subject is now becoming essential as the United States is fighting against the spread of the Delta variant and many employees are still teleworking.
Finally, initiatives are also taken in the hotel sector.
Dany Mayer, owner of ten restaurants in New York and Washington, announced that his employees and diners will have to show their vaccination status.