“Ive made a big choice and decided not to allow the company that owns KY3, Gray Television, to control my personal health options. I did not comply with their vaccine required after my exemption demand was rejected,” her post continued.
Simmons informed the newspaper her future plans doubt.
An experienced television press reporter at a Missouri news station was fired last week for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The press reporter stated in a KSGF radio interview that she felt a “sinking feeling” upon discovering that her exemption was denied, the newspaper reported.
Business executives during the summertime all accepted mandate vaccines for all staff members.
“I have confidence that I am doing Gods will for me. I rely on that He has excellent plans in store!!” she concluded her Facebook post.
“I value the flexibility we all need to make our own informed choices,” Simmons composed in the Friday social networks post.
Simmons was among three station workers who were caned for not abiding by the corporate mandate, according to The Kansas City Star.
“The increasingly quick spread of the coronavirus presents an unjust danger to fellow staff members and their relative who are not qualified to get vaccinated,” the company memo to employees checked out.
Linda Simmons, who worked for 14 years at KY3 based in Springfield, wrote on Facebook that she requested a religious exemption to the vaccine required instituted by her stations parent business– but it was rejected.