It's that time of the year for snow. It's also approaching flu season and many people are contemplating getting a flu shot, including health care professionals.
At the moment, it isn't mandatory for Saskatchewan health care workers to get a flu shot, like in B.C. Saskatchewan's Medical Association is urging their doctors to get a shot to protect patients from the flu. Dr. Micheal Gardam, an expert in the spread of infections in health care settings, will be on Saskatoon Morning at just after 7 a.m. He says flu shots shouldn't be mandatory for health care workers.
So we asked the audience: Should flu shots be mandatory for health care workers? Or should they have a choice? Are you getting a flu shot this year -- why or why not? Have you got a flu shot in the past?
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