New York City’s Fox News’ employees will be able to work in person at the company’s headquarters, only if they have received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine by December 27, according to the company’s recently updated policy.
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By December 27, “all workers in New York City who perform in-person work at an office location, including Fox employees,” according to an internal staff memo sent by Fox Corporation and first reported by Washington Post media reporter Jeremy Barr, “must show proof of receiving at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.”
The document goes on to accuse New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio of being responsible for the mandated Fox vaccination. The mayor issued a vaccination mandate for the private sector earlier this month, which became effective on December 27.
It was noted in the document that “the timing and effects of this rule are very regrettable, but we must take quick measures in order to be compliant by December 27.” “As of December 27, personnel who have not been vaccinated will not be permitted to work at Fox New York headquarters.”
The mandate still doesn’t expand outside of the New York City borders.
However, Fox News has instituted a vaccine pass system in which employees who are not vaccinated must adhere to certain extra rules, such as mask-wearing, social distance, and frequent testing.