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New York City’s Private-Sector Vaccine Mandate to Expire in November (US)


On Monday, September 20, New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced that the City’s private sector COVID-19 vaccine mandate will expire on November 1, 2022. For now, the approximately 184,000 employers currently covered by the mandate will have to continue to exclude their unvaccinated workers from the workplace. However, beginning November 1, businesses will have the flexibility to decide whether workplace vaccination requirements ought to be relaxed.

You can read our previous blogpost on the topic at this link. If you have questions or need guidance, please contact your SPB lawyer.   



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