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Los Angeles County’s Superior Court, the largest lawsuit in the country, told employees Thursday that they must get a full vaccination immediately as soon as a coronavirus vaccine receives full government approval or threatens to be dismissed.

In a letter to the court’s roughly 5,000 staff, executive officer Sherri Carter said that no more than 45 days after the final approval of any of the US federal FDA’s vaccines, employees are required to provide proof of vaccination to US people with medical problems or religious beliefs who ban vaccinations can be excluded from the mandate, but otherwise vaccination is seen as a “condition of employment,” she said.

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