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Boston Pushes Back Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate Enforcement For City Workers By One Week

January 25, 2022

Boston mayor Michelle Wu is giving city employees more time to get vaccinated against coronavirus.

Unvaccinated city employees were set to be placed on unpaid leave on Monday, January 24. However, that won’t happen — yet. Wu has pushed back the enforcement date of the vaccine mandate for city workers by one week. 

“As you’ve seen we are giving our employees one more week to get vaccinated and that means that there will be no unpaid leave between January 25 and January 30,” Wu said, according to CBS Boston. “We’re going to continue prioritizing communication with our employees and unions and there will be multiple vaccination clinics hosted throughout this week as well.”


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