Austin has previously stated that he is unwilling to impose a task until the vaccine is fully approved by the FDA. The New York Times reported that there is an undercurrent of vaccine resistance in the military.
According to the Pentagon:
According to the Pentagon website, as of August 18, more than 1 million military personnel and more than 300,000 civilian employees have been vaccinated.
The FDA approval also enforced the May requirement to vaccinate all direct students at the State University of New York and the City University of New York.
According to the CUNY website, after obtaining federal approval, students “may take up to 45 days to be fully vaccinated or may need to withdraw from school.”
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FDA finally approves the corona virus vaccine:
The University of Minnesota system, with five campuses and 60,000 students, announced Monday that it will add the corona virus vaccine to the university’s mandatory immunization list.
Like many universities, the university system previously stated that if the FDA finally approves the corona virus vaccine, it will do so.
Announcement of New York City:
New York City announced on Monday that all employees of the city’s Department of Education, from principals to janitors, must be vaccinated against the coronavirus at least once before September 27.
A few hours later, all employees of Governor Philip D. Murphy’s employees of New Jersey public schools, private schools, and parish schools should be vaccinated on October 18 or once a week.
Announced that it requires two virus tests.
FDA’s approval action on Monday:
The FDA’s approval action on Monday strengthened the legal status of some obligations, paved the way for some organizations to implement stricter requirements, and allowed employees to choose frequent testing instead of vaccinations. It may disappear.
According to recent poll:
The authorities also hope that the full federal government’s approval will quell some online vaccine misinformation and encourage more people who are hesitant to get vaccinated.
A recent poll by the Caesars Family Foundation found that 3 out of 10 unvaccinated people are more likely to open fire if they are fully approved.
Dr. Ashish K. Jha, Dean of Brown University School of Public Health On Monday, he believed that the full approval of the vaccine would make a difference. This has already begun to happen.