Mandatory vaccine deadline approaches New York City police vaccination rate reaches 80%
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Mandatory vaccine deadline approaches New York City police vaccination rate reaches 80%

Mandatory vaccine deadline approaches New York City police vaccination rate reaches 80%

 

New York City General Police Director Hill (Dermot Shea) 29, said that the city employees with compulsory vaccination vaccine deadlines approaching, more than 1000 police officers went to select previous day injection, refused vaccinated will still be faced with forced Unpaid leave.

Hill said in an interview with Fox (FOX) that day that the introduction of the mandatory vaccination order has brought the city police’s vaccination rate to 80%-only a few hours before the deadline of 5 pm on the 29th. One-time vaccination can get a reward.

Mandatory vaccine deadline approaches New York City police vaccination rate reaches 80%

Mandatory vaccine deadline approaches New York City police vaccination rate reaches 80%

 

From the perspective of police force deployment, he said that the injunction will not have any impact, because the municipal police have internal emergency plans, which will scale down the deployment scale according to the actual situation-emergency plans include redistribution of emergency plans. Regular patrols and temporarily suspend internal training.

Hill also responded to the strong opposition from Patrick Lynch, chairman of The New York City Police Benevolent Association (PBA). Lynch previously stated that vaccination would “bring a real crisis to New York.”

“There are certainly many people who are dissatisfied with the implementation and speed of this plan, but at the same time, more police officers have been able to continue their work because of successive vaccinations. We hope that some easing adjustments can be made before then. We don’t want to watch. No one has a day’s salary—that’s for sure,” he said.

City police are also preparing for a large number of retirees during the vaccination period.

According to two administrative announcements issued by the city police to internal employees on the 28th, the NYC Police Pension Fund has begun to process retirement documents for police officers who have served at least 20 years in the City Police Department Auditorium on the 29th; those who are under-employed Police officers who wish to resign in 20 years have also been divided into four groups, and document processing will begin on the 30th.

The email clearly stated that this was to help police officers who chose to retire because they did not want to be vaccinated.

Hill said that since June 2020, the number of retirees has increased. Although this has slowed down slightly this year, it is still “worrying”; “We don’t have the final figures yet, but we will know about the mandatory vaccines by next week. Does the order have an impact on the increase in this number?” He said.

All city employees still have the opportunity to get the first injection on the 30th (Saturday) or 31st (Sunday), but they will not receive a 500 yuan bonus. Those who have not been vaccinated before next Monday will be forced to be suspended without pay.

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Mandatory vaccine deadline approaches New York City police vaccination rate reaches 80%
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