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California state employees, health care workers who don’t provide COVID vaccine proof will be required to get tested
State employees who do not provide evidence of vaccination will be required to undergo mandatory testing at least once a week, a California Health and Human Services official said in a media briefing. Currently, state employees who want to take off their face masks inside state offices only need to self-attest to receiving the COVID-19 shot. Also, health care facilities — public and private — as well as high-risk congregate setting will be asked to verify vaccination status of workers and require unvaccinated employees to get tested for the virus regularly.
originally posted by: Mantiss2021
a reply to: Doctor Smith
Bye bye! Don't let the state line hit you where the Almighty done slit ya!
And if California is doing so poorly financially, then why are we getting $600 state tax refunds for everyone who filed a State tax return and made less than $75,000 in 2020?
That sounds like a Republican thing to do to me.