Yahoo News reports:
A bill allowing workers to submit proof of a previous COVID-19 infection in place of getting vaccinated passed the Wisconsin State Senate on Tuesday. If the bill is signed into law, employers who require proof of vaccination or regular COVID-19 tests would have to accept “natural immunity” through an employee’s previous infection.
The bill passed the Assembly Jan. 25. It will head to Gov. Tony Evers’ desk next. Evers, a Democrat, isn’t expected to sign the bill into law. Sen. Mary Felzkowski said that “natural immunity” had been “saving generations for centuries,” and accused her opponents of forcing vaccinations.
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WI State Sen. Felzkowski (R), presenting a natural immunity bill, says she has had both delta and omicron infections.
WI State Sen. Larson (D): “I would note that if natural immunity was something that would prevent you from getting COVID, you wouldn’t have gotten COVID twice.” pic.twitter.com/rg6xktZHcF
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