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NYC vaccine mandate for private employers and those 12 and older in effect

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NEW YORK - A COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all private employers is now in effect in New York City. Also, New Yorkers aged 12 and older are now required to show proof of two vaccine doses to enter most indoor venues.From bodegas to multinational corporations, workers everywhere in the city who only have one dose have 45 days to show proof of getting the second. "This is the boldest action in the nation," Mayor Bill de Blasio said earlier this month. "It is very, very consistent with what we're dealing with right now because we have new threats, powerful new threats we have to answer.

Omicron, this new variant, moves fast. We have to move faster."Employers must post a sign about the requirement for employees.

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