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NYC Mayor Eric Adams to Consider COVID-19 Booster Mandate for City Workers



NYC Mayor Eric Adams said his administration will perform an analysis to determine if COVID-19 boosters will be mandated for city workers.

His health team plans to reach a final conclusion in April on the potential mandate, and it would apply to municipal workers such as teachers, cops, firefighters, and sanitation.

Adams is already pushing COVID-19 boosters after taking office on New Year’s Day, so I expect his administration to mandate another shot this spring. 

At a press conference, Adams said he would even consider using behavioral scientists to “encourage” vaccine-hesitant New Yorkers. 

The new mayor has ramped up the medical authoritarianism initiated by Bill de Blasio, and New Yorkers should expect more tyrannical COVID-19 jab mandates.  

CBS New York wrote:

“We’re going to examine the numbers. If we feel we need to get to the place of making that mandatory, we are going to do that,” Adams said. “But we’re encouraging them to do that now.”

City workers have been required to be vaccinated since Nov. 1, 2021.

Adams wasted little time peddling the mainstream narrative that the unvaccinated are too blame for the spread of COVID-19.

In an interview with George Stephanopoulos, Adams stated:

Daily Mail noted:

Right now, he said there’s a 20 percent sick rate at the NYPD and officers are returning to work after five days after the quarantine period was shortened.

The CDC last week slashed its recommended quarantine for asymptomatic COVID-19 carriers from 10 days to five, which could help New York City rebound after mass illnesses shut down parts of the Big Apple last month.

But on Sunday, White House COVID tsar said people could be made to test negative before ending quarantine on day five, amid fears they may still be infectious.

Despite the latest surge in cases, Adams said parents shouldn’t worry about sending their children back to school following winter break.

‘I say fear not sending them back,’ he said. ‘The stats are clear. The safest place for children is inside a school.


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