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December 23, 2021

Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast—"What's Up With COVID-19 Vaccination Mandates? Part 1: CMS and NY Vaccine Rules, With Maggie Surowka"

In the third episode of the Barclay Damon Live! Labor & Employment podcast, host Ari Kwiatkowski, of Barclay Damon, talks with another Barclay Damon colleague, Maggie Surowka, about current COVID-19 vaccine mandates and rules, with a particular focus on the health care space in New York state. Addressing recent mandates from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the New York state vaccine rules, Ari and Maggie agree that it can be confusing, especially considering the moving targets affected by both the constantly shifting pandemic, and state and federal court challenges, rulings, and stays. Listen in as they dive deep on the timelines of the mandates, how the mandates and rules affect health care providers and their employees, and what the (limited) vaccine mandate exemptions are, including how to address an employee who is claiming exemption on religious grounds. How will this affect Medicaid and Medicare providers? Do remote employees have to be vaccinated? Volunteers? Ari and Maggie discuss it all in this timely episode; stay tuned for more relevant info in coming episodes.

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This material is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or a legal opinion, and no attorney-client relationship has been established or implied. Thanks for listening.

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