Univision 41 News Brief: Maestros en NY esperan que suspendan orden de vacunas del COVID-19

Los maestros esperan que hoy mismo la corte suprema del estado de Nueva York suspenda la orden de las vacunas del COVID-19 que deben aplicarse antes de las 5 de la tarde.

News 12 Staff

Oct 1, 2021, 2:14 PM

Updated 985 days ago

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Los maestros esperan que hoy mismo la corte suprema del estado de Nueva York suspenda la orden de las vacunas del COVID-19 que deben aplicarse antes de las 5 de la tarde.
En Nueva York continúa la batalla legal por la orden de vacunación a trabajadores de la salud del estado.
Se espera crisis laboral hoy en Nueva York cuando entre en vigor la orden de vacunar contra el coronavirus a los trabajadores de los hogares para ancianos.


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