As the Delta variant surges to account for a majority of COVID-19 cases in the US, the CDC has recommended a third vaccine booster shot for immunocompromised people. 

The announcement comes as agencies and brands decide whether to backtrack on office reopening plans and re-evaluate mask and vaccine policies. 

Vaccine mandates are a controversial issue, with many employees feeling that it’s not their company’s place to tell them to get vaccinated. Others argue vaccines are necessary for public safety and therefore should be mandated if people are required to return to public office spaces.

As states in the Northern U.S. step up safety measures and place tougher restrictions on citizens, Southern states have relaxed them, pushing back against vaccines and masks. 

As the pandemic continues, should advertising agencies require employees to get vaccinated? 

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This article originally appeared in Campaign US.