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News - September 16, 2022

Santa Clara County rescinds COVID vaccine mandate for workers in high-risk settings

County also drops orders for providing COVID tests, getting a flu vaccine

by Eli Walsh

Workers at Santa Clara County health care and long-term care facilities, homeless shelters and prisons will no longer be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 after the county's health officer on Monday rescinded a health order mandating that they do so.

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Eli Walsh reports for the Bay City News Foundation.

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