Ahead of Fridays 5pm deadline, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he was “not having second thoughts” about mandating vaccines for first responders and other city workers.
On Thursday de Blasio even predicted that many of them will get vaccinated anyway “once they really realize that they’re not going to get paid.”
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Breitbart reports: When asked about the likelihood of shortages of city workers Monday — from sanitation workers to first responders — the Democrat mayor made it clear he has no regrets.
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“But no. I am not having second thoughts. We expected that a lot of the vaccinations would happen toward the end of the deadline. We also know a lot of people make the decision once they really realize that they’re not going to get paid. That’s just a human reality,” he said, calling the contingency planning “exceptional” but failing to provide specific details outside of the fact that agencies talked with all the commissioners “in detail” and “feel very confident.”
“They’re smart, agile leaders. We’re going to make this work and it’s going to make everyone safer ultimately,” he said, pointing to the pattern seen with the vaccine mandate on healthcare workers and school employees. He said thousands have gotten vaccines since the deadline passed and stressed there is “no discussion” of changing Friday’s deadline.
“The bottom line is can we do the things we need to do first of all to keep this city safe for the long run. Well, that means getting people vaccinated. Yes we can do that. Yes we have a plan to do that,” he said:
And then can we keep all the other services moving in a way that protects New Yorkers. Yes. I’ve asked this question exhaustively of the commissioners people have tremendous respect for the answer is yes yes yes. There’s confidence we can make it work, and we’re moving forward go ahead.