Speaking to MSNBC, a group of three people explained why they're not going to get the vaccine despite mandates from their employer to do so.
One man confessed that he and his wife will probably have to sell their home because they can't afford their mortgage after being fired for refusing to get the vaccine.
"Does anything keep you awake at night?" asked NBC reporter Rehema Ellis.
"Yeah, you know, fear of the future, not knowing, you know, what's going to happen next," the man said. "Am I going to be able to get a job? Are we going to be able to keep our home?"
Ellis explained that they are all more afraid of the vaccine than they are about losing their homes, their jobs and their lives.
"I don't think anybody should impose their beliefs on me for what I choose not to do," said a teacher who lost her job because she refused to get vaccinated.
"What would you need to hear to change your mind?" Ellis asked.
"I don't think there's anything I need to hear," the man in the group replied.
"If my spirit is telling me this is not right for me, I'm going to listen to my intuition every time," the teacher said.
"I'm not saying ever. I'm just saying not yet, not for me," said an older woman in the group.
See the full conversation below:
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