Mayo Clinic fires hundreds of employees for not adhering to vaccine policy
MINNESOTA - Tuesday, the famed Mayo Clinic fired 700 employees who did not comply with their COVID vaccine mandate.
According to WCCO, the clinic's 73,000 employees had until Monday, Jan. 3 to get vaccinated. Those let go made up about 1% of the overall workforce. However, all fired employees can reapply for open positions if they get the vaccine.
The Mayo Clinic says its goal is to make sure everyone - staff, patients, and the community - is safe.
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