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does kroger still pay covid leave
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if it matters, i am vaccinated. i've never had covid so i've never been on leave for it.



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if they do pay it out do they use vacation first



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Yes but only if youre vacxed. 



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if they do pay it out do they use vacation first


 False. 



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Not only is nobody paying for covid leave any more (vaxed or not) but most places---including hospitals---are now giving you no more than 5 days to either come back to work, or get written up or even fired.

If people still can't see what bullsht this was from the beginning, they're hopelessly retarded. disbelief



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I'm not saving COVID isnt an issue any longer, but its not the wild west anymore with it. COVID is going to be around just like the cold or flu going forward. If your concerned with it get the shot and booster.....I believe the PTO is still available for any vaxxed associate.

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EUID_Unknown wrote:

I'm not saving COVID isnt an issue any longer, but its not the wild west anymore with it. COVID is going to be around just like the cold or flu going forward. If your concerned with it get the shot and booster.....I believe the PTO is still available for any vaxxed associate.


The shots have proven not to work. If anything they attack your heart.



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EUID_Unknown wrote:

I'm not saving COVID isnt an issue any longer, but its not the wild west anymore with it. COVID is going to be around just like the cold or flu going forward. If your concerned with it get the shot and booster.....I believe the PTO is still available for any vaxxed associate.


 Stick them shots and boosters up your ass along with all your other bullsht comments biggrin



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EUID_Unknown wrote:

I'm not saving COVID isnt an issue any longer, but its not the wild west anymore with it. COVID is going to be around just like the cold or flu going forward. If your concerned with it get the shot and booster.....I believe the PTO is still available for any vaxxed associate.


The shots have proven not to work. If anything they attack your heart.


 Exactly right. Between what I see working in health care and personally knowing a growing number of people who've gotten seriously jacked up by that whacky sht, I tell everyone who I think will listen to steer clear of it.

If they want to live and remain healthy, that is.

 



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so do they pay for 5 days, or more?



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Anonymous wrote:
EUID_Unknown wrote:

I'm not saving COVID isnt an issue any longer, but its not the wild west anymore with it. COVID is going to be around just like the cold or flu going forward. If your concerned with it get the shot and booster.....I believe the PTO is still available for any vaxxed associate.


The shots have proven not to work. If anything they attack your heart.


 Exactly right. Between what I see working in health care and personally knowing a growing number of people who've gotten seriously jacked up by that whacky sht, I tell everyone who I think will listen to steer clear of it.

If they want to live and remain healthy, that is.

 


 No, no, no!!! I don't know WHAT crap you've been fed, but I'm telling you...I HAD COVID for several weeks in 2020...I was NOT fully vaccinated at the time and I firnly believe it was the COVID ITSELF that caused my heart trouble!!! NOT the vaccines!!! Since being VACCINATED and BOOSTED, I haven't had the trouble I had initially...But, I will also say...If you have heart trouble at all, you might want to look into seeing if there is some other cause for that...Diabetes, high blood pressure, congenital defects, family history and other issues can contribute to heart problems...Diet and exercise can help, but always talk to a doctor...One of the best pieces of advice I've told my younger co-workers...Get a REGULAR physician if you don't have one...Ask around if you don't know who a good one is...AND take your health seriously while you're young instead of getting older with a ton of health problems! Trust me, I've learned the hard way! Do NOT make the same mistakes I did!



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