Legislation has been introduced that would allow federal employees to opt out of the vaccine mandate if they have proof of COVID antibodies.
Two House Republicans want more information on the potential impact of the vaccine mandate on the federal workforce.
All civilians who work for the Defense Department and the military services must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by November 22, under new guidelines released Monday.
The government has issued updated guidance for federal employees seeking an exception to the COVID vaccine mandate.
OPM has issued guidance on when and how agencies should discipline federal employees who refuse to get vaccinated.
Legislation has been introduced to repeal President Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate for federal employees.
The White House said that millions of federal government contractors must be vaccinated by December 8, and the Biden administration will add clauses to future government contracts mandating inoculations.
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The Biden administration’s vaccine mandate will require federal employees to show proof of vaccination and will also apply to remote workers.
A new memo says that federal employees will have until just before Thanksgiving to get fully vaccinated under the president’s new vaccine mandate.