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A Japanese homebuilder’s stock fell 10% after the boss banned staff from getting vaccinated-and said those who do would be punished

A man receives a COVID-19 vaccine at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government office. YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Japan homebuilder Tama Home's stock fell 10% on a report its boss threatened vaccinated employees. The president said those who get jabbed would die five years later, a weekly magazine reported. The company denied the report, saying the decision to get vaccinated is an individual choice. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Shares in Japanese homebuilder Tama Home fell 10% on Wednesday, marking their biggest one-day fall in over three years, after a report said the company's president warned employees they'd be punished if they get vaccinated for coronavirus.Company president Shinya Tamaki told managers he was against vaccin...