DeBlasio’s New York City: Vaccine Mandates Take Effect Monday — 22% of Cops, 35% of Firefighters Remain Unvaxxed as City Crime Soars

Thousands marched in New York City on Monday against DeBlasio’s vaccine mandates.

On Monday Mayor Bill DeBlasio’s vaccine mandate will take effect on the streets of New York City.

Over one-third of police officers remain unvaccinated and will not be allowed to work starting Monday.

22% of firefighters remain unvaccinated and will not be able to work on Monday.

DeBlasio passed the vaccine mandate despite a surging number of subway robberies and muggings.

The Daily Mail reported:

New York City is facing a crime spike, shortages of emergency workers and piles of trash on the streets ahead of Monday’s COVID vaccine deadline for city workers.

Figures show that 22 per cent of the city’s 36,000 cops, 35 per cent of the Big Apple’s 10,951 firefighters and 20 per cent of the city’s 10,000 emergency responders – around 4,300 of whom are employed by the fire department – are also yet to get jabbed.

Close to a quarter – 23 per cent – of the city’s 7,200 uniformed sanitation workers remain unvaccinated, with the figures sparking fears of huge shortages of essential workers in the coming weeks. , sparking fears of huge shortages in essential workers.

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