City Council Speaker Corey Johnson knocked obstinate labor unions resisting the city’s vaccine mandates, arguing Thursday they are essential for protecting the Big Apple’s workforce and all New Yorkers.
“The unions have to look out for their employees, and I’m not going to get in the way of them doing what they think they have to do — but, ultimately, I think people need to be vaccinated,” Johnson told reporters outside City Hall.
“People have different reasons, but I don’t support opposing mandates, so I don’t agree with the unions on that,” he added. “I think there should be mandates in place to protect those employees, but
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