Farva wrote: ↑Sun Aug 01, 2021 10:07 am
I would fully expect an insurer to push up the premium to cover the risk of a transmission occurring in your premise. There would be risk of legal action against the premise and they would then need to demonstrate they have done everything possible to protect the customer. Without excluding people who are not vaccinated they will not be able to demonstrate that. I would be interested to see what the outcome of that legal action would be.
If a business is not able to take action to reduce that cost, then either they would need that liability removed from them (who do I sue if my elderly mother or grandmother catches Covid and die even if vaccinated?) or they are allowed to exclude people who are not vaccinated.
Since when have business owners ever been
Responsible for people contracting a disease
On their premises .?
Who would you sue if your elderly relative caught Flu and died ? It’s exactly the same.
As a society we decided to not place “blame”
At the most basic levels of health. You can make a better argument than “insurance” regarding that huge change in relations between the individuals, business and especially state than litigation?