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Many companies in Japan are being careful not to push employees to get COVID-19 vaccines, fearing that it would put those not wanting to be vaccinated at a disadvantage, while some firms are giving out stickers or tags to vaccinated employees.

Izakaya pub and restaurant chain Watami Co. plans to have its vaccinated employees wear a mark while working, while those who do not want to be inoculated will undergo polymerase chain reaction tests regularly.

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