Last week, the mayor announced the country’s most aggressive vaccination mandate, making vaccinations mandatory for private sector workers by December 27.
There is a question as to how this will be enforced and the NYPD says they will not be responsible. For businesses, this is another layer of bureaucratic formality. They are concerned that this could lead to an even greater labor shortage.
However, Meyer says the mission is actually a professional business.
“They want to see the government in control,” he said last week. “We did it at our civil servant, our public school. We proved that it works. And what we’ve heard from business leaders, is what you’re doing. that it is? go back ,
Of course, many companies already enforce their own vaccine obligations without government intervention.
The city’s vaccination rate is already close to 90%, one of the highest in the country. Across the state, that number is 70%, but about 60% of all Americans are vaccinated.
Vaccine obligations to the private sector are on top of other new rules and obligations.
Like Broadway shows, indoor venues in the city require vaccination proofs for everyone over the age of five.
Security guards check documents as children attend a “Lion King” demonstration on Tuesday night.
However, not everyone is so impressed by Governor Kathy Hokul’s new masked mission.
Bruce Blakeman, the next Nassau County Administrator, says he doesn’t think his county is at stake and won’t force it.
He will take over at the beginning of the year.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio details private sector vaccination enforcement in New York City
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