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A California court temporarily blocked a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for prison workers that was opposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

An inmate is seen reading a book in her prison cell at Las Colinas Women's Detention Facility in Santee, California. Getty
A California appeals court temporarily blocked a vaccine mandate for prison workers.
A judge previously issued the mandate, slated to begin January 12, after it was recommended by the court-appointed receiver who manages the prison health care system.
The California Correctional Peace Officers Association had said the mandate could create staff shortages, the Associated Press reported .
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