New York is one of the most stringent orders for vaccination in the United States, so there is no exception. The court has challenged the refusal to vaccinate due to religious reasons.
Mexico City (apro).- New York’s deadline for vaccination has expired. Thousands of New York State health workers threatened their jobs and said they would prefer to lose their jobs over receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The New York Department of Labor also warned that workers who have not been vaccinated will not be eligible for unemployment insurance, unless they can produce a valid medical certificate.
According to local media data, as of Wednesday last week, 70,000 of the state’s 450,000 hospital staff had not been vaccinated.
This percentage has fallen from 25% to 16% since August 16th, when Andrew Cuomo, former Governor of New York, declared that mandatory vaccination was a condition for employment. This is how he believes the expansion of coronavirus beta variants can be stopped.
BBC Mundo reports that although they are small, their luck will be a major influence on the direction and policy of vaccination against covid-19 in the United States.
New York has one of the strictest vaccination orders in the United States. The court has ruled against the refusal to vaccinate religiously.
Cuomo stated that “our heroes in the health industry led the fight against the virus and now we need to have them lead the battle between variants of vaccines,” adding that biotechnology must be used by school teachers.
Cuomo even advised private companies to require vaccination before customers can enter their premises.
On Friday, the 24th, New York’s new governor Kathy C. Hochul warned that she could hire temporary health workers from the Philippines or Ireland to fill positions vacated by unvaccinated people, and may declare a state of emergency at the exit. Many people are against vaccination.
He warned that he could ask for support from the National Guard and federal government who have been trained in medical care to have emergency response team health personnel available to administer vaccines.
The United States has vaccines available, unlike other countries that have limited vaccines. However, people who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 are not denied vaccines.
Data from the health authorities shows that 66.6% of Americans aged 18 and older have been fully vaccinated, while 77.1% are vaccinated.
The daily average of people fell to 703,000 from 3.35million last week, in mid-April.
Authorities suspect it’s because they don’t trust government officials or the health authorities, or lack confidence in American-developed organisms.
A Pew Center survey in August 2013 found that nearly 9 out of 10 respondents who were not vaccinated claimed they had defended themselves. They said Americans are being pressured to vaccinate too often.
Eight in ten agreed with the statement: “We don’t know if COVID-19 vaccine is a serious risk to health” or “Public health officials have not told us much about COVID-19 vaccination.” Covid-19