NYC to require vaccines for all education department employees
New York City will require every education department employee to be vaccinated this school year, department officials said Monday.
All 148,000 education employees will be required to receive at least one vaccine dose by Sept. 27, about two weeks after schools open to students on Sept. 13. They will also be required to show proof of a second vaccine dose 45 days after their first shot, according to education department spokesperson Danielle Filson.
The vaccine mandate will apply to teachers, principals, substitutes, and maintenance staff, city officials said. The requirement also applies to school safety agents, who are police department employees.
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