New York Ordered to Provide Religious Exemptions to State Vaccine Mandate

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​New York State must let employers provide religious exemptions to a mandate that state health care workers get vaccinated against COVID-19, at least while litigation over the mandate proceeds, a federal district court judge decided Oct. 12. We’ve gathered articles on the news from SHRM Online and other outlets.

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The 17 plaintiffs are practicing doctors, M.D.s fulfilling their residency requirement, nurses, a nuclear medicine technologist, a cognitive rehabilitation therapist and a physician’s liaison.

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