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Sep 15 - A Florida landlord says tenants must get vaccinated against COVID-19 or move out
 

 
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-Florida landlord Santiago Alvarez is requiring his tenants and employees get the COVID-19 vaccine.
-At least one tenant is arguing they should not have to "disclose my personal health information."
-Alvarez said he would make exceptions for people with medical or religious exemptions.


A Florida landlord is requiring his tenants to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to continue living on his property.

Santiago Alvarez announced in August that any new tenants as well as those renewing their leases would be required to show proof of vaccination. The rule will also apply to his employees, who will face termination if they do not comply, The Washington Post reported.

Alvarez, who oversees 1,200 apartment units, told The Post at least twelve of his tenants had already died from COVID-19.

"It very much upsets me that my employees are exposed to [covid-19] all days of the week because there is someone who does not want to get vaccinated," Alvarez said. "If you don't want to get vaccinated, I have the obligation and the duty to protect my workers and tenants."

One tenant, Jasmine Irby, complained to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to protest Alvarez's new policy, arguing she should be able to renew her lease "without having to disclose my personal health information," The Post reported. Irby, who does not plan on getting vaccinated, ultimately moved out when her lease ended in August.

Alvarez told The Post most of his tenants were grateful for the new requirement.

"You don't want to get vaccinated? You have to move," Alvarez said. "It's a lack of consideration for your neighbor, it's a lack of consideration to their own families, to their children."

In April, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis banned state agencies and local business from requiring "vaccine passports."

DeSantis' press secretary, Christina Pushaw, told Alvarez's policy violates the state's ban.

"Florida law is very clear. A business owner (landlord) cannot require vaccine passports as a condition of entry. Each violation of the law will result in a $5000 fine," Pushaw said, adding that the Florida Department of Health will be in charge of enforcing the ban when it goes into effect on September 16.

"By the way, Mr. Alvarez and all who agree with him should be informed that vaccinated people can still transmit COVID to others, although they're protected against severe illness," Pushaw added. "The idea of requiring vaccine passports is unscientific and will not achieve 'lower cases.' Without mandates, cases are dropping rapidly in Florida on their own."

Alvarez's attorney, who told The Post Alvarez will allow for medical and religious exemptions, did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

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 1 month ago '06        #2
Skateboard T  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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Interested in how all of the pro-private property folks are going to feel about this man conditioning the rental of his private property by others...
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 1 month ago '18        #3
DUCEDUCE  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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His property he can do whatever the fu*k he wants capitalism

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 1 month ago '13        #4
hoodnurd 
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So nice to own a home
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 1 month ago '17        #5
TheGreyOne 
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Damn, they're leaving this one alone ain't they?

I can't wait until a club demands to show proof of a negative STD/AIDS test. I can't see the legal argument that could mandate the one but ban the other.

Insurance companies about to use this COVID (health) mandate to usher in a bold new era.
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 1 month ago '17        #6
thc 
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 Sin said

"If you don't want to get vaccinated, I have the obligation and the duty to protect my workers and tenants."
isnt that what the vaccine is doing?
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 1 month ago '19        #7
SlimKenobi 
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Yea no way this will stand up in court.
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 1 month ago '17        #8
Lite  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Too bad landlords nor employer can access your medical records.. this is a non issue
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 1 month ago '05        #9
bklyn 
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Not like the landlord gonna be living at the property. Why does he care if the tenant is vaccinated or not?

People really obsessed with this damn vaccine.
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 1 month ago '20        #10
BuiltForThis  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x9
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 1 month ago '20        #11
NamelessONE  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x14
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 bklyn said
Not like the landlord gonna be living at the property. Why does he care if the tenant is vaccinated or not?

People really obsessed with this damn vaccine.
Read
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 1 month ago '20        #12
godhillie 
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 DUCEDUCE said
His property he can do whatever the fu*k he wants capitalism

Nah.
Civil Rights act of 1964 bro.
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 1 month ago '20        #13
godhillie 
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 TheGreyOne said
Damn, they're leaving this one alone ain't they?

I can't wait until a club demands to show proof of a negative STD/AIDS test. I can't see the legal argument that could mandate the one but ban the other.

Insurance companies about to use this COVID (health) mandate to usher in a bold new era.

No vaccine no health or life insurance...
Or a higher premium and lower coverage rates...

 1 month ago '17        #14
FashCashVasquez  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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Would the population rather ho homeless
Than get the jab

 1 month ago '08        #15
Lot17 
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So is he going to get fined 5k per tenant ?

 1 month ago '05        #16
blah blah blah  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x29
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Vax tards logic makes 0 sense. sh*t is as sad as it is comical


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 1 month ago '10        #17
lltreyll 
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The choice someone made about whether to get covid shots is not the problem. The choice of people allowing themself to get overweight has always been the main problem.

Fat people are the main cause for the spread, severity and even mutations of covid.

78% of covid related hospitalizations are fat people. What a coincidence.

90% of deaths happen where high obesity rates are. What a coincidence.

The most common health condition of people that die or have a rough time with covid is that theyre fat. What a coincidence.

Breakthrough cases after getting covid shots and still having problems is usually due to being fat. What a coincidence.

Ace2 receptors are how covid is supposed to infect and how it spreads, the lungs and adipose (fat) tissues are where ace2 receptors are. So again it all leads to fat people. What a massive, never ending coincidence...

Covid shot or not, fat people were and still are the problem.
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 1 month ago '07        #18
240ka  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 Lot17 said
So is he going to get fined 5k per tenant ?
The same want Desantis banned mask mandates?

 1 month ago '20        #19
bayareapiff 
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 TheGreyOne said
Damn, they're leaving this one alone ain't they?

I can't wait until a club demands to show proof of a negative STD/AIDS test. I can't see the legal argument that could mandate the one but ban the other.

Insurance companies about to use this COVID (health) mandate to usher in a bold new era.
You can't give people AIDS by coughing or breathing that sh*t into the air tho
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 1 month ago '17        #20
Mario Chalmers  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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 Lite said
Too bad landlords nor employer can access your medical records.. this is a non issue
Too bad a land lord can chose who stays at their property.


Last edited by Mario Chalmers; 09-15-2021 at 09:39 PM..

 1 month ago '15        #21
SSJ4 Goku  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x10
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 bklyn said
Not like the landlord gonna be living at the property. Why does he care if the tenant is vaccinated or not?

People really obsessed with this damn vaccine.
Probably because they ain't pay rent.

 1 month ago '08        #22
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 Sin said



-Florida landlord Santiago Alvarez is requiring his tenants and employees get the COVID-19 vaccine.
-At least one tenant is arguing they should not have to "disclose my personal health information."
-Alvarez said he would make exceptions for people with medical or religious exemptions.


A Florida landlord is requiring his tenants to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to continue living on his property.

Santiago Alvarez announced in August that any new tenants as well as those renewing their leases would be required to show proof of vaccination. The rule will also apply to his employees, who will face termination if they do not comply, The Washington Post reported.

Alvarez, who oversees 1,200 apartment units, told The Post at least twelve of his tenants had already died from COVID-19.

"It very much upsets me that my employees are exposed to [covid-19] all days of the week because there is someone who does not want to get vaccinated," Alvarez said. "If you don't want to get vaccinated, I have the obligation and the duty to protect my workers and tenants."

One tenant, Jasmine Irby, complained to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to protest Alvarez's new policy, arguing she should be able to renew her lease "without having to disclose my personal health information," The Post reported. Irby, who does not plan on getting vaccinated, ultimately moved out when her lease ended in August.

Alvarez told The Post most of his tenants were grateful for the new requirement.

"You don't want to get vaccinated? You have to move," Alvarez said. "It's a lack of consideration for your neighbor, it's a lack of consideration to their own families, to their children."

In April, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis banned state agencies and local business from requiring "vaccine passports."

DeSantis' press secretary, Christina Pushaw, told Alvarez's policy violates the state's ban.

"Florida law is very clear. A business owner (landlord) cannot require vaccine passports as a condition of entry. Each violation of the law will result in a $5000 fine," Pushaw said, adding that the Florida Department of Health will be in charge of enforcing the ban when it goes into effect on September 16.

"By the way, Mr. Alvarez and all who agree with him should be informed that vaccinated people can still transmit COVID to others, although they're protected against severe illness," Pushaw added. "The idea of requiring vaccine passports is unscientific and will not achieve 'lower cases.' Without mandates, cases are dropping rapidly in Florida on their own."

Alvarez's attorney, who told The Post Alvarez will allow for medical and religious exemptions, did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.



Powerplay, that's all.

 1 month ago '21        #23
Swisha2k11 
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 lltreyll said
The choice someone made about whether to get covid shots is not the problem. The choice of people allowing themself to get overweight has always been the main problem.

Fat people are the main cause for the spread, severity and even mutations of covid.

78% of covid related hospitalizations are fat people. What a coincidence.

90% of deaths happen where high obesity rates are. What a coincidence.

The most common health condition of people that die or have a rough time with covid is that theyre fat. What a coincidence.

Breakthrough cases after getting covid shots and still having problems is usually due to being fat. What a coincidence.

Ace2 receptors are how covid is supposed to infect and how it spreads, the lungs and adipose (fat) tissues are where ace2 receptors are. So again it all leads to fat people. What a massive, never ending coincidence...

Covid shot or not, fat people were and still are the problem.
Vietnam has the lowest obesity rate in the world... COVID is ravaging that country. The death rate is similar to here at about 2%...

 1 month ago '15        #24
Still Numskull 
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Protect the vaccinated

 1 month ago '18        #25
Proffesor X  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 thc said
isnt that what the vaccine is doing?
Make it make sense cuzz...

Also this is a direct violation of HIPPA and a good lawyer will chew this case up in court. He is not obligated to know if anyone is vaccinated or not..he owns the property but that doesn't trump federal HIPPA guidelines


Last edited by Proffesor X; 09-16-2021 at 02:46 AM..



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