95% of US Federal Workers Compliant with the Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate

The White House reported Monday that 95% of federal government employees in USA has complied with the covid-19 vaccination mandate before the established deadline.

The press secretary, Jen Psaki, said that 90% received at least one of the vaccines against coronavirus and 5% obtained exemptions.

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The rest are facing “Additional compliance measures”, warned a senior administration official, although there is no indication that the administration of Biden you are planning to lay off a large number of employees.

The deadline to fulfill the president’s vaccination mandate Joe Biden It is at 0H00 on Tuesday (0500 GMT).

The White House hopes that the imposition of vaccination among the 3.5 million federal workers, including the military, will encourage private companies to follow it.

Biden announced a similar mandate for companies employing more than 100 people, but the order has been suspended by court order.

In the White House and in the presidential administration in general, compliance is 99%, he confirmed Psaki to journalists.




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