I've been pondering this myself, since any of the answers one would normally give to someone asking personal health questions (e.g. it's none of your business, you're not authorized to ask me, it's personal information etc.) will make the person automatically assume that you have not been vaxxed*. The 'rona is a herd conformity/peer pressure hybrid on steroids.In a professional setting, what would be the most efficient response when someone asks you directly or indirectly if you've had the jab ? Has there been any research on this ?
I'm being asked that question more and more and not sure what the best approach is. For the moment, I simply try to avoid the question whenever possible.
*they will also automatically assume you are a rabid anti-vaxxer conspiracy theorist.