The New Jersey Advance reports:
All New Jersey state workers will be required to be vaccinated for the coronavirus or undergo regular testing, Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Monday. People who opt out of getting vaccinated will be tested once to twice weekly “at minimum,” the governor said.
The governor made the announcement the same day he said teachers and school employees must be vaccinated or get tested regularly.
The deadline for the mandate to go into effect is Oct. 18. It affects all state workers, Murphy said, including “those at all state agencies, authorities, and public colleges and universities — whether they be full- or part-time, or contract employees.”
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All New Jersey teachers and state workers will be required to be vaccinated for the coronavirus or undergo regular testing, Gov. Phil Murphy announced today. The mandate goes into effect on Oct. 18. https://t.co/2aJmdLgVi2
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