Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

New York City’s oppressive COVID-19 vaccine mandate may be coming to an end soon because the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to its Constitutional power.

“Workers in New York City who perform in-person work or interact with the public in the course of business must show proof that they have received a COVID-19 vaccine. Businesses may not allow any unvaccinated workers to work at their workplace,” reads the current vaccine mandate for NYC.

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The order was updated to change, effective March 7, 2022,  reflecting that New York City will lift the Key to NYC mandate requiring that anyone age 5 and older show proof of vaccination to enter indoor dining, fitness, entertainment and certain meeting spaces. Mayor Eric Adams’s announcement, issued February 27, 2022, is welcome news to the operators of many hospitality venues that have been hindered by the ever-changing requirements imposed last year by then-Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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