I’m an unvaccinated Realtor. When showing properties to clients, I follow all Nevada state requirements. Additionally, some sellers ask that people viewing their property have extra protection such as gloves, foot protection, etc. If a seller expresses these wishes, I and prospective buyers, abide by them. Please note, I don’t plan on becoming vaccinated. My logic is simple, having reviewed a lot of raw data from the CDC and under my limited view of statistical analyses, it doesn’t make sense for my personal health.
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