Kaiser makes COVID vaccine mandatory for staff. What about other Stanislaus hospitals?

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Kaiser Permanente said Monday it is making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for its employees and physicians who are not yet vaccinated against the virus, which is causing new outbreaks in California.

The nation’s largest nonprofit health organization said the vaccines are a step in protecting the health care workforce, Kaiser patients and members of the community.

The announcement was made as workers at medical facilities in California are expected to start complying this month with a recent state order to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or be tested regularly.

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