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Personally, if I had a relative in a care home where half the staff refused the Covid-19 vaccine, I wouldn't want my family member to be there. I'm sure there are lots of reasons why individuals may refuse to take the vaccine and in my opinion there aren't very many good ones.
If you're living somewhere isolated and don't come into contact with people then that's fine, do what you want. But if you're mixing with people you are part of society and need to help eradicate this threat.
Those people working in care homes have been given the opportunity to begin making things better by helping to reduce the transmissibility of the virus and importantly protect the people they are caring for. They may well have personal reasons for not being vaccinated, but they should be put aside for the benefit of the vulnerable people they are looking after.