NYC union heads feel snubbed by lifting of vax mandate for athletes

New York police union leaders were left fuming after reports that the city would ease its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for unvaxxed athletes, a move one labor head said would be “hypocritical.”

Mayor Eric Adams is expected to announce Thursday a reversal of his private-sector policy so that anti-vaccine stars like the Brooklyn Nets’ Kyrie Irving can compete at home, and big time musicians and performers can play in Big Apple venues.

But labor leaders took the move as a slight on the city’s cops and other workers, many of whom have ended up axed because they refused to get jabbed.

“I’m not surprised,” Lou Turco, president of

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