The executive order does not concern employees in the primary and lower secondary school who are governed by the state’s 19 school districts, none of whom have issued a vaccination mandate.
Carney’s announcement comes amid a steady rise in coronavirus and on the heels of a vaccination edict last week by ChristianaCare, the state’s largest private employer and largest hospital system with 14,000 employees and contractors. Those who do not have at least one shot by September 21 will be terminated unless they receive a medical or religious exemption. The executive order, issued two weeks ago, has led to two vocal protests outside Christiana Hospital.
Carney’s vaccination order covers all health facilities, including hospitals, emergency centers, nursing homes, nursing homes, hospices and group housing for people with physical or mental disabilities.
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