NYC Imposes Nation’s First COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Private Sector and Expands Vaccination Requirements at Certain Indoor Venues

New York City announced a first-in-the-nation COVID-19 vaccination mandate for private sector employees, which will take effect on December 27, 2021. Starting December 14, the “Key to NYC” program―which requires vaccination of workers and customers at indoor dining, fitness, entertainment and performance venues―will require children ages 5-11 to show proof of one vaccine dose to enter those venues. Beginning December 27, the program will require people age 12 and older to show proof of two vaccine doses, except for those who have received the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine. Children ages 5-11 will also be required to show proof of their receipt of one dose of a vaccine by December 14 to participate in high COVID-19 risk extracurricular activities, including sports, band, orchestra and dance.

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