As the Omicron variant continues to spread and public health officials urge those eligible to get COVID-19 boosters, some London firefighters are raising concerns about how many of their colleagues have received vaccine exemptions, a number city officials refuse to reveal.?
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“To my knowledge, fire administration has not been notified of the percentages of vaccinated, partially vaccinated and those that are unvaccinated,” said Jason Timlick, the president of the union that represents the city’s 450 firefighters.
The city will only say that 100 per cent of firefighters are compliant with the city’s vaccinations class or at his school, there were in other schools acros?policy, meaning they’ve either shown proof that they’re vaccinated or signed a document saying they have an exemption. City officials say they will not reveal how many firefighters have signed attestations saying they are exempt from the shot.