New York Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul is considering all potential avenues after a state judge struck down the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers earlier this month.
In an interview with NBC’s WHEC-TV 10, the governor said all options were on the table regarding litigation and that the state has invested “$20 billion to bring back the healthcare system” to alleviate staffing shortages.
Healthcare staffing is “a problem, but I don’t think the answer is to have someone who comes in who is sick, be exposed to someone who can give them coronavirus, give them COVID-19,” Hochul stated.
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