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Last year, President Joe Bides mandated federal workers to be fully vaccinated or request a medical or religious exemption by late november, but the deadline was pushed back, both by court injunctions and by the administration itself. A court most recently selected to hear an appeal to the vaccine mandate in September, further pushing back enforcement of the mandate.
Stephanie Rapp-Tully is a partner and federal employment attorney with Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Washington, D.C. office. She joined the podcast what the vaccine mandate delays mean and what feds need to know about enforcement.