What Sports Leaders (and all of us) Gain by Encouraging, not Demanding, Vaccinations
“From an ethics perspective, it has everything to do with the idea of the common good, the idea that our actions should contribute to a life that helps everybody, especially on a team,” Heider said Friday, later adding, “If you look at championship teams, they have that special chemistry and they have that great deal of respect and love for each other.
“How can you respect and love somebody if you’re not concerned about the health and well-being of them and their families as well?”
Don Heider, executive director at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, quoted by The Kansas City Star.
May 22, 2021
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