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NEW YORK — Two court rulings on Tuesday could have big impacts on New York vaccine mandates.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Aug. 23 ordered New York City public school teachers and staff must get vaccinated for the new academic year.
The city’s mandate said the Department of Education employees had until Sept. 27 to get at least one dose of the vaccine.
New York Supreme Court Judge Laurence Love on Tuesday issued a restraining order against the mayor’s mandate, temporarily blocking the city from enforcing it. The ruling came after several municipal unions sued the city.
“While we do believe our members should get the vaccine, we do not believe it should be a condition of employment,” District Council 37 Executive Director Henry Garrido said in a statement. “Clearly, …
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