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Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce hosts “Mandating the Vaccine or Not”

Submitted by Sierra Lopez.

Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce hosts “Mandating the Vaccine or Not”
as part of KeyBank Workshop Series

(Middletown, CT). Maureen Westbrook, Chairwoman of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, announced that the Chamber will host a KeyBank Workshop on Mandating the Vaccine or Not which will take place on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 via Zoom at 8:30 a.m. and will last until 10:00 a.m.

This webinar will be presented by Attorneys Melinda Kaufmann and Zachary Schurin of Pullman & Comely.

They will discuss the myriad of issues surrounding mandatory testing and vaccinations in the workplace and will explore the underlying legal obligations with respect to religion and disability exemptions for employees.

If you’re considering making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory in your workplace, join us as we discuss:

  • State and federal law regarding vaccinations
  • Privacy issues
  • Workplace security concerns
  • Updates on current litigations
  • How to evaluate and respond to requests for accommodations

This webinar is free but does require advance registration. To register for this important webinar visit,

Established in 1895, the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce is the largest Chamber in the state. Located in Middletown, CT, this dynamic business organization boasts over 1,986 members that employ over 50,000 people. The Chamber strives to be the voice of business in Middlesex County and the surrounding area with nine geographically based divisions that meet on a monthly basis as well as industry-based committees and councils throughout Middlesex County that work hard to provide a valuable service to their members. In addition to being an effective and dynamic business organization, the chamber strives to be a community organization. Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce runs a number of events and programs that support veterans, youth development, and substance abuse prevention. For more information visit

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