Cornell requiring all employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19

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ITHACA, NY – In accordance with the vaccination mandate announced by President Biden, Cornell University is requiring all employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

This goes for employees who work in Ithaca, Geneva, New York City or any other location.

They must be vaccinated by December 8th, or must have obtained a university approved medial or religious exemption.

The university says employees should start the vaccination process as soon as possible as December 8th is the deadline for full vaccinations.

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