NYC Fears Emergency Worker Shortage As Unpaid Leave Begins

There are growing concerns over public safety in New York City now that a COVID-19 vaccine mandate is in effect for municipal workers, including police and firefighters. City employees who did not receive at least one dose of a vaccine by Friday’s deadline will be placed on unpaid leave. This comes as the FDA granted an emergency use authorization to Pfizer’s vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. NBC’s Kathy Park reports for Sunday TODAY.

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