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State-Level Vaccine Mandates - All

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Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Sept. 1, 2021)2021-09-01T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.0002022-01-31T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[healthcare provider, healthcare staff]Means individuals, paid and unpaid, working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel. "Healthcare setting": Means any place where health care, including physical or behavioral health care is delivered and includes, but is not limited to any health care facility or agency licensed under ORS chapter 441 or 443, such as hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, birthing centers, special inpatient care facilities, long-term acute care facilities, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, inpatient hospice facilities, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, residential facilities, residential behavioral health facilities, adult foster homes, group homes, pharmacies, hospice, vehicles or temporary sites where health care is delivered (for example, mobile clinics, ambulances), and outpatient facilities, such as dialysis centers, health care provider offices, behavioral health care offices, urgent care centers, counseling offices, offices that provide complementary and alternative medicine such as acupuncture, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic and osteopathic medicine, and other specialty centers.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Aug. 25, 2021) (Vaccines in Healthcare Settings).pdf2021-08-25T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.0002022-01-31T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Healthcare providers, Healthcare staff, Healthcare personnel](d) "Healthcare providers and healthcare staff": (A) Means individuals, paid and unpaid, working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel. (B) Does not mean parents, family members, guardians or foster parents residing in the home and providing care to a child or foster child in the home. (e) "Healthcare setting": (A) Means any place where health care, including physical or behavioral health care is delivered and includes, but is not limited to any health care facility or agency licensed under ORS chapter 441 or 443, such as hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, birthing centers, special inpatient care facilities, long-term acute care facilities, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, inpatient hospice facilities, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, residential facilities, residential behavioral health facilities, adult foster homes, group homes, pharmacies, hospice, vehicles or temporary sites where health care is delivered (for example, mobile clinics, ambulances), and outpatient facilities, such as dialysis centers, health care provider offices, behavioral health care offices, urgent care centers, counseling offices, offices that provide complementary and alternative medicine such as acupuncture, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic and osteopathic medicine, and other specialty centers.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Exclusion from workplace]
Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Vaccines in Healthcare Settings)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.0002022-01-31T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[healthcare staff, healthcare personnel, healthcare provider ]Healthcare setting (A) Means any place where health care, including physical or behavioral health care is delivered and includes, but is not limited to any health care facility or agency licensed under ORS chapter 441 or 443, such as hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, birthing centers, special inpatient care facilities, long-term acute care facilities, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, inpatient hospice facilities, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, adult foster homes, residential facilities, residential behavioral health facilities, pharmacies, hospice, vehicles or temporary sites where health care is delivered (for example, mobile clinics, ambulances), and outpatient facilities, such as dialysis centers, health care provider offices, behavioral health care offices, urgent care centers, counseling offices, offices that provide complementary and alternative medicine such as acupuncture, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic and osteopathic medicine, and other specialty centers. "Healthcare providers and healthcare staff" means individuals, paid and unpaid working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card]
Or. Rule 333-019-1030 (Jan. 28, 2022)2022-01-28T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[teachers, school staff, volunteers](k) "Teachers, school staff and volunteers": (A) Means anyone age 16 and older: (i) Who is employed at a school or anyone who is not employed but is otherwise engaged to provide goods or services to or at a school through any formal or informal agreement, whether compensated or uncompensated, and includes but is not limited to teachers, administrative staff, cleaning staff, coaches, school bus drivers, family volunteers and substitute teachers; and (ii) Providing goods or services at or for a school that includes direct or indirect contact with students. (B) Does not mean short-term visitors, individuals making deliveries, or school board members unless they are also volunteering in a school.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment]false
Or. Rule 333-019-1030 (Aug. 25, 2021) (Vaccines in School Settings)2021-08-25T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.0002022-02-20T00:00:00School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[school based program staff, school based program volunteers, teachers, school staff, volunteers](h) "School-based program staff and volunteers": (A) Means anyone age 16 and older: (i) Who is employed by a school-based program or who is not employed but is otherwise engaged to provide goods or services to a school-based program through any formal or informal agreement, whether compensated or uncompensated, and includes but is not limited to teachers, administrative staff, child care staff, cleaning staff, coaches, school-based program drivers, family volunteers; and (ii) Providing goods or services at or for a school-based program that includes direct or indirect contact with children or students. (B) Does not mean short-term visitors or individuals making deliveries. (i) "Teachers, school staff and volunteers": (A) Means anyone age 16 and older: (i) Who is employed at a school or anyone who is not employed but is otherwise engaged to provide goods or services to or at a school through any formal or informal agreement, whether compensated or uncompensated, and includes but is not limited to teachers, administrative staff, cleaning staff, coaches, school bus drivers, family volunteers and substitute teachers; and (ii) Providing goods or services at or for a school that includes direct or indirect contact with students. (B) Does not mean short-term visitors, individuals making deliveries, or school board members unless they are also volunteering in a school.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
P.R. Exec Order No. 2022-019 (Mar. 7, 2022)2022-03-07T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-10T00:00:00.000Government workersMandate removed[government employees]not defined furtherNoNo[]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-006 (Jan. 28, 2022)2022-01-28T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-28T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[executive branch employees]any public employee or contractor of the executive branch that work in person or go frequently to government officesNoYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
P.R. EO 2021-075 (Nov. 15, 2021)2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Government employees, Government contractors, Municipal employees]"Employees or contractors who work in person at the public agencies of the Executive Branch, in addition to contractors and their employees or frequently visit government offices, regardless of their duties" "...the term 'employee' shall be interpreted broadly and includes any natural person who works in person or teleworks for wages, or a salary, compensation, emoluments, or any type of remuneration. For the purposes of the vaccination requirement, as established in this Executive Order, any person who renders voluntary services at these places shall also be deemed to be employees."NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-062 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-10-14T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[contractors, employees]Contractors of the Executive BranchYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-058 (July 28, 2021)2021-07-28T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-10-14T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[employee]Employees of public agencies of the Executive Branch "Agency" refers to any agency, instrumentality, office, or department of the Executive Branch of the Government of Puerto Rico, including public corporations, regardless of its nature.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action]
P.R. Exec Order No. 2022-019 (Mar. 7, 2022)2022-03-07T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-10T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersMandate removed[healthcare workers]not defined furtherNoNo[]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-082 (Dec. 22, 2021)2021-12-22T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-01-05T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[healthcare worker]employees of the healthcare sector or persons who work in healthcare facilities, regardless of their dutiesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action]true
P.R. EO 2021-075 (Nov. 15, 2021)2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees, persons who work at heatlhcare facilities]"all employees or persons who work at healthcare facilities, regardless of their duties" “healthcare facilities” mean places where direct healthcare services are rendered to the population.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-062 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-10-14T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[employees of healthcare facilities ]Employees of healthcare facilities mean employees of places where direct healthcare services are rendered to the population.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace]false
P.R. Exec Order No. 2022-019 (Mar. 7, 2022)2022-03-07T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-10T00:00:00.000IHE studentsMandate removed[students]students 5-11NoNo[]false
P.R. Exec. Order 2022-015 (Feb. 22, 2022)2022-02-22T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-02T00:00:00.000IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[students]students 12 and olderNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]true
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-006 (Jan. 28, 2022)2022-01-28T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-21T00:00:00.000IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[students]not defined furtherYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students, Regular testing]true
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-003 (Jan. 13, 2022)2022-01-13T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-15T00:00:00.000IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[students]Students at universities or technical collegesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students, Regular testing]true
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-082 (Dec. 22, 2021)2021-12-22T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-11-15T00:00:00.000IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[students]students 12 and olderYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Regular testing, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]false
P.R. EO 2021-075 (Nov. 15, 2021)2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-11-15T00:00:00.000IHE studentsRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[students]students age 12 or older – including college students and students of technical education institutions – of any private or public entityYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school in the event of an outbreak for unvaccinated students]false
P.R. Exec Order No. 2022-019 (Mar. 7, 2022)2022-03-07T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-10T00:00:00.000K-12 studentsMandate removed[students]students 5-11NoNo[]false
P.R. Exec. Order 2022-015 (Feb. 22, 2022)2022-02-22T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-22T00:00:00.000K-12 studentsRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[students]students aged 5 - 11Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-006 (Jan. 28, 2022)2022-01-28T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-21T00:00:00.000K-12 studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[students]not defined furtherYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Regular testing, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-082 (Dec. 22, 2021)2021-12-22T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-01-31T00:00:00.000K-12 studentsRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[students]students 5-11, students 12 and olderYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]false
P.R. EO 2021-075 (Nov. 15, 2021)2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-01-31T00:00:00.000K-12 studentsRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[students]students age 5 to 11, students age 12+Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]false
P.R. Exec Order No. 2022-019 (Mar. 7, 2022)2022-03-07T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-17T00:00:00.0002022-03-10T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]Visitors to bars, cafes, fast food places, hotels, hair salons, spas, gyms, and casinos[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Denial of service]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-11 (Feb. 13, 2022)2022-02-13T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-17T00:00:00.0002022-03-31T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]Visitors to bars, cafes, fast food places, hotels, hair salons, spas, gyms, and casinos[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Denial of service]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-007 (Jan. 28, 2022)2022-01-28T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-02T00:00:00.0002022-02-16T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]People entering bars, restaurants, theaters, conference centers, community centers, stadiums, hair salons, spas, gyms[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Business can be fined/charged for noncompliance, Denial of service]true
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-081 (Dec. 20, 2021)2021-12-20T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-12-28T00:00:00.0002022-03-10T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]Visitors of all restaurants (including fast food restaurants, food courts, and cafes), bars, food kiosks (“chinchorros”), diners, sport bars, movie theaters, community or activity centers (where family activities are held), any other establishment that serves prepared food or drinks, hotels, resorts, hostels, beauty salons, barber shops, aesthetics salons, spas, gyms, and casinos[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Denial of service, Business must limit capacity if not complying]false
P.R. EO 2021-075 (Nov. 15, 2021)2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-11-15T00:00:00.0002022-03-10T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]visitor to "every business or commercial establishment"[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Denial of service, Business can be fined/charged for noncompliance]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-064 (Aug. 19, 2021)2021-08-19T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-08-30T00:00:00.000Patrons of businesses[]visitors to "all beauty salons, barber shops, aesthetics salons, spas, gyms, and casinos must verify that all of their visitors above the age of 12"[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Business must limit capacity if not complying, Denial of service, Business can be fined/charged for noncompliance]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-063 (Aug. 11, 2021)2021-08-11T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-08-23T00:00:00.000Patrons of businesses[]"...all restaurants (including fast food restaurants, food courts, and cafeterias), bar, "chinchorro". cafe, sports bar, theater, cinema, stadium, convention or activity center, and any other establishment, either indoor or outdoor, that sells prepared food or drink must verify that all of their visitors above the age of 12..."[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Business must limit capacity if not complying, Denial of service]
P.R. Exec Order No. 2022-019 (Mar. 7, 2022)2022-03-07T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-10T00:00:00.000Private business employeesMandate removed[employees]not defined furtherNoNo[]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-010 (Feb. 13, 2022)2022-02-13T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-15T00:00:00.000Private business employeesRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[employees of gyms, barbershops, aesthetic salons, spas, hair salons, childcare centers, casinos]employees of gyms, barbershops, aesthetic salons, hair salons, spas, childcare centers, casinosNoNo[Must use personal leave for COVID-19 related illness/isolation/quarantine, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
P.R. EO 2021-075 (Nov. 15, 2021)2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-12-30T00:00:00.000Private business employeesRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[employee]includes any natural person who works in person or teleworks-including owner, merchant, manager, or similar person, as well as contractors, but not suppliers-for wages, or a salary, compensation, emoluments, or any type of remuneration. For the purposes of the vaccination requirement, as established in this Executive Order, any person who renders voluntary services at these places shall also be deemed to be employees.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-064 (Aug. 19, 2021)2021-08-19T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-10-29T00:00:00.000Private business employeesRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[employee]beauty salons, barber shops, aesthetics salons, spas, gyms, child care centers, grocery stores, convenience stores (including businesses authorized by the WIC Program), casinos, and gas stations must require and ensure that all employees—regardless of their duties—who work there in person to be fully vaccinated with a vaccine authorized by the FDA to address the COVID-19 emergency. "employee applies to any natural person who works physically or in person—including a business’s owner, administrator or analogous person, contractors, but not suppliers—in exchange for a salary, wages, compensation, emolument, or any type of remuneration at one of the abovementioned businesses."Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-063 (Aug. 11, 2021)2021-08-11T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-10-21T00:00:00.000Private business employeesRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[employee]employee applies to any natural person who works physically or in person--including contractors, but not suppliers--in exchange for a salary, wages, compensation, emolument, or any type of remuneration at a restaurant (including fast food restaurants, food courts, and cafeterias), bar, "chinchorro". cafe, sports bar, theater, cinema, stadium, convention or activity center, and any other establishment--either indoor or outdoor--that sells prepared food or drink, even in a partial capacity. For the purposes of the vaccination requirement, as established in this Executive Order, individuals who are providing services in a voluntary and in-person capacity at these establishments shall also be considered employees."Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action]
P.R. Exec Order No. 2022-019 (Mar. 7, 2022)2022-03-07T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-03-10T00:00:00.000School workersMandate removed[school workers]not defined furtherNoNo[]false
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2022-006 (Jan. 28, 2022)2022-01-28T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-02-21T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[school staff]not defined furtherYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace]true
P.R. Exec. Order No. 2021-082 (Dec. 22, 2021)2021-12-22T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2022-01-05T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[teaching and non-teaching personnel and contractors]teaching and non-teaching personnel, as well as contractors of public or private schools, educational centers, and universities.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]true
P.R. EO 2021-075 (Nov. 15, 2021)2021-11-15T00:00:00.000Puerto Rico2021-11-15T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[teaching personnel, non-teaching personnel, contractors]teaching and non-teaching personnel and contractors of public or private schools, education centers and universitiesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
R.I. 216-RICR-20-15-9 (Mar. 11, 2022)2022-03-11T00:00:00.000Rhode Island2022-03-11T00:00:00.0002022-07-09T00:00:00Healthcare workersMandate removed[Health Care Workers]“Health care worker” means any person who (A)(i) is temporarily or permanently employed by a health care facility, (ii) serves as a volunteer in a health care facility, or (iii) is compensated by a third (3rd) party that has an agreement with the health care facility to provide staffing services, and (B) has or may have direct patient contact in that health care facility. This may include, but not be limited to, a physician, physician assistant, nurse, nursing assistant, therapist, technician, clinician, behavioral analyst, social worker, occupational, physical or speech therapist, phlebotomist, emergency medical service personnel, dental personnel, pharmacist, laboratory personnel, autopsy personnel, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health-care facility; other health care providers, including those who have privileges at, but are not employed by, the health care facility; and persons (e.g., clerical, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, security, maintenance, administrative, billing, and volunteers) not directly involved in patient care but potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person. This term shall not apply to a patient’s family member or friend who visits or otherwise assists in the care of that patient in a health care facility.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Adverse employment action]false
R.I. Exec. Order No. 22-14 (Feb. 11, 2022)2022-02-11T00:00:00.000Rhode Island2021-10-01T00:00:00.0002022-03-12T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care workers, health care providers]"Health care worker" means any person who is temporarily or permanently employed by or at, or who serves as a volunteer in, or has an employment contract with, a health care facility, and has or may have direct contact with a patient in that health care facility. This may include, but not be limited to, a physician, physician assistant, nurse, nursing assistant, therapist, technician, clinician, behavioral analyst, social worker, occupational, physical or speech therapist, phlebotomist, emergency medical service practitioner, dental personnel, pharmacist, laboratory personnel, autopsy personnel, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health-care facility; other health care providers, including those who have privileges at, but are not employed by, the health care facility; and persons (e.g., clerical, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, security, maintenance, administrative, billing, and volunteers) not directly involved in patient care but potentially exposed, in the course of employment, to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person. This term shall not apply to a patient’s family member or friend who visits or otherwise assists in the care of that patient in a health care facility. 6. “Health care provider” means any person licensed by the Department to provide or otherwise lawfully providing health care services, including, but not limited to, a physician, dentist, nurse, optometrist, podiatrist, physical therapist, social worker, pharmacist, emergency medical service practitioner, or psychologist, provided such person is either directly involved in patient care or potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Adverse employment action]false
216 R.I. Code R. § 20-15-8 (Aug. 17, 2021)2021-08-17T00:00:00.000Rhode Island2021-10-01T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care workers, health care providers]"Health care worker" means any person who is temporarily or permanently employed by or at, or who serves as a volunteer in, or has an employment contract with, a health care facility, and has or may have direct contact with a patient in that health care facility. This may include, but not be limited to, a physician, physician assistant, nurse, nursing assistant, therapist, technician, clinician, behavioral analyst, social worker, occupational, physical or speech therapist, phlebotomist, emergency medical service practitioner, dental personnel, pharmacist, laboratory personnel, autopsy personnel, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health-care facility; other health care providers, including those who have privileges at, but are not employed by, the health care facility; and persons (e.g., clerical, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, security, maintenance, administrative, billing, and volunteers) not directly involved in patient care but potentially exposed, in the course of employment, to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person. This term shall not apply to a patient’s family member or friend who visits or otherwise assists in the care of that patient in a health care facility. “Health care provider” means any person licensed by the Department to provide or otherwise lawfully providing health care services, including, but not limited to, a physician, dentist, nurse, optometrist, podiatrist, physical therapist, social worker, pharmacist, emergency medical service practitioner, or psychologist, provided such person is either directly involved in patient care or potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card]
R.I. 216-RICR-20-15-9 (Mar. 11, 2022)2022-03-11T00:00:00.000Rhode Island2022-03-11T00:00:00.0002022-07-09T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersMandate removed[Health Care Workers ]“Health care worker” means any person who (A)(i) is temporarily or permanently employed by a health care facility, (ii) serves as a volunteer in a health care facility, or (iii) is compensated by a third (3rd) party that has an agreement with the health care facility to provide staffing services, and (B) has or may have direct patient contact in that health care facility. This may include, but not be limited to, a physician, physician assistant, nurse, nursing assistant, therapist, technician, clinician, behavioral analyst, social worker, occupational, physical or speech therapist, phlebotomist, emergency medical service personnel, dental personnel, pharmacist, laboratory personnel, autopsy personnel, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health-care facility; other health care providers, including those who have privileges at, but are not employed by, the health care facility; and persons (e.g., clerical, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, security, maintenance, administrative, billing, and volunteers) not directly involved in patient care but potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person. This term shall not apply to a patient’s family member or friend who visits or otherwise assists in the care of that patient in a health care facility.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Adverse employment action]false
R.I. Exec. Order No. 22-14 (Feb. 11, 2022)2022-02-11T00:00:00.000Rhode Island2021-10-01T00:00:00.0002022-03-12T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care workers, health care providers]Health care worker" means any person who is temporarily or permanently employed by or at, or who serves as a volunteer in, or has an employment contract with, a health care facility, and has or may have direct contact with a patient in that health care facility. This may include, but not be limited to, a physician, physician assistant, nurse, nursing assistant, therapist, technician, clinician, behavioral analyst, social worker, occupational, physical or speech therapist, phlebotomist, emergency medical service practitioner, dental personnel, pharmacist, laboratory personnel, autopsy personnel, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health-care facility; other health care providers, including those who have privileges at, but are not employed by, the health care facility; and persons (e.g., clerical, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, security, maintenance, administrative, billing, and volunteers) not directly involved in patient care but potentially exposed, in the course of employment, to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person. This term shall not apply to a patient’s family member or friend who visits or otherwise assists in the care of that patient in a health care facility. “Health care provider” means any person licensed by the Department to provide or otherwise lawfully providing health care services, including, but not limited to, a physician, dentist, nurse, optometrist, podiatrist, physical therapist, social worker, pharmacist, emergency medical service practitioner, or psychologist, provided such person is either directly involved in patient care or potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card]false
216 R.I. Code R. § 20-15-8 (Aug. 17, 2021)2021-08-17T00:00:00.000Rhode Island2021-10-01T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care workers, health care providers ]"Health care worker" means any person who is temporarily or permanently employed by or at, or who serves as a volunteer in, or has an employment contract with, a health care facility, and has or may have direct contact with a patient in that health care facility. This may include, but not be limited to, a physician, physician assistant, nurse, nursing assistant, therapist, technician, clinician, behavioral analyst, social worker, occupational, physical or speech therapist, phlebotomist, emergency medical service practitioner, dental personnel, pharmacist, laboratory personnel, autopsy personnel, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health-care facility; other health care providers, including those who have privileges at, but are not employed by, the health care facility; and persons (e.g., clerical, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, security, maintenance, administrative, billing, and volunteers) not directly involved in patient care but potentially exposed, in the course of employment, to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person. This term shall not apply to a patient’s family member or friend who visits or otherwise assists in the care of that patient in a health care facility. “Health care provider” means any person licensed by the Department to provide or otherwise lawfully providing health care services, including, but not limited to, a physician, dentist, nurse, optometrist, podiatrist, physical therapist, social worker, pharmacist, emergency medical service practitioner, or psychologist, provided such person is either directly involved in patient care or potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted from person to person.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card]false
Vt. Press Release. Vax Mandate (Aug. 31, 2021)2021-08-10T00:00:00.000Vermont2021-09-01T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Employees]not specifiedNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Vt. Press Release. Vax Mandate (Sept. 8, 2021)2021-09-08T00:00:00.000Vermont2021-09-15T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state executive branch employees]not specifiedNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Va. Exec. Directive No. 2 (Jan. 15, 2022)2022-01-15T00:00:00.000Virginia2022-01-15T00:00:00.000Government workersMandate removed[Executive Branch Employees]For purposes of this Directive, “Executive Branch Employees” should be construed broadly and includes but is not limited to employees in the following offices, agencies, institutions, and authorities: Office of the Governor, Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Executive Branch Agencies, Institutions of Higher Education, and Authorities established within the Executive Branch by the Code of Virginia or designated under a Secretariat in the Code of VirginiaNoNo[]false
Va. Exec. Directive No. 18 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Virginia2021-09-01T00:00:00.0002022-01-15T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Executive Branch Employees]For purposes of this Directive, “Executive Branch Employees” should be construed broadly and includes but is not limited to employees in the following offices, agencies, institutions, and authorities: • Office of the Governor; • Office of the Lieutenant Governor; • Secretary of the Commonwealth; • Executive Branch Agencies; • Institutions of Higher Education; and • Authorities established within the Executive Branch by the Code of Virginia or designated under a Secretariat in the Code of Virginia.NoNo[]false
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.4 (Mar. 23, 2022)2022-03-23T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[State Agency Worker]“Worker” includes: o A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable; “State Agency” includes:  Every agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/executive-cabinet;  Every agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/small-cabinet;  Every agency under the authority of a board, council, or commission listed at https://ofm.wa.gov/sites/default/files/public/publications/2021_State_Org_ Ch art.pdf; and  The Office of the Attorney General, the Office of the Commissioner of Public Lands and the Department of Natural Resources, the Office of the Insurance Commissioner, the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the Office of the Secretary of StateYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment, Exclusion from workplace]false
Wash. Proc. 21-14.3 (Nov. 24, 2021)2021-11-24T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Workers for State Agencies]“Worker” includes: o A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable; o The director, secretary, or other executive officer of a State Agency; and o A person appointed to serve on a board, commission, or similar body that is an executive cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/office-governor/office/executive-cabinet or a small cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/small-cabinet, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, a board of trustees for a community or technical college, or a governing board of a fouryear institution of higher education. • The following exceptions apply to the definition of “Worker”:  Visitors and patrons are not Workers. For any State Agency that is listed as an agency under the authority of a board, council, or commission at https://ofm.wa.gov/sites/default/files/public/publications/2021_S tate_Org _Chart.pdf and that is not also listed as an executive cabinet agency at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/executive-cabinet or a small cabinet agency at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/smallcabinet, other than the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, the boards of trustees for community and technical colleges, and the governing boards of four-year institutions of higher education, only the State Agency’s compensated employees are Workers subject to the requirements of this proclamation.  For the Office of the Attorney General, the Office of the Commissioner of Public Lands and the Department of Natural Resources, the Office of Insurance Commissioner, the Office of 11 the Lieutenant Governor, and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, only on-site contractors are Workers subject to the requirements of this proclamation.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Termination of employment]false
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.2 (Sept. 27, 2021)2021-09-27T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[worker]"Worker" includes -A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable -The director, secretary, or other executive officer of a State Agency -A person appointed to serve on a board, commission, or similar body that is an executive cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/office-governor/office/executive-cabinet or a small cabinet agency listed at https://wwww.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/small-cabinet, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, a board of trustees for a community or technical college, or a governing body of a four-year institution of higher education. "State Agency” includes:  Every agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/executive-cabinet;  Every agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/smallcabinet;  Every agency under the authority of a board, council, or commission listed at https://ofm.wa.gov/sites/default/files/public/publications/2021_State_Org_Ch art.pdf; and  The Office of the Attorney General, the Office of the Commissioner of Public Lands and the Department of Natural Resources, the Office of the Insurance Commissioner, the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, the Office of Superintendent of Public InstructionYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.1 (Aug. 20, 2021)2021-08-20T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Workers for State Agencies, Workers]“Worker” includes: • A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or onsite contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable; • The director, secretary, or other executive officer of a State Agency; and • A person appointed to serve on a board, commission, or similar body that is an executive cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/office-governor/office/executivecabinet or a small cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/small-cabinet, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, a board of trustees for a community or technical college, or a governing board of a four-year institution of higher education.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14 (Aug. 9, 2021)2021-08-09T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Workers for State Agencies, Worker]A person engaged to work as an employee, independent contractor, service provider, volunteer, or through any other formal or informal agreement to provide goods or services, whether compensated or uncompensated, but does not include a visitor or patron; The director, secretary, or other executive officer of a State Agency; A person appointed to serve on a board, commission, or similar body that is an executive cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/office-governor/office/executive-cabinet or a small cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/small-cabinet.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.4 (Mar. 23, 2022)2022-03-23T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Health Care Provider]“Health Care Provider” includes:  Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list;  Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential;  Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and  Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein. “Health Care Setting” is any public or private setting that is primarily used for the delivery of in-person health care services to people, except as specifically exempted below. If located at a facility that is primarily used for the delivery of health-care services, such as a hospital, then the entire facility is a Health Care Setting. If located at a facility that is primarily used for another purpose, such as a pharmacy within a grocery store, school nurse’s office, or vaccination clinic within a business establishment, the Health Care Setting includes only the areas that are primarily used for the delivery of health care, but not the other areas of the facility. “Health Care Setting” includes, but is not limited to:  Acute care facilities, including, but not limited to, hospitals;  Long-term acute care facilities;  Inpatient rehabilitation facilities;  Inpatient behavioral health facilities, including, but not limited to, evaluation and treatment facilities, residential treatment facilities, secure detox facilities;  Residential long-term care facilities, including, but not limited to, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes, settings where certified community residential services and supports are provided, and enhanced services facilities;  Mobile clinics or other vehicles where health care is delivered;  Outpatient facilities, including, but not limited to, dialysis centers, physician offices, and behavioral health facilities (including offices of psychiatrists, mental health counselors, and substance use disorder professionals);  Dental and dental specialty facilities;  Pharmacies (not including the retail areas);  Massage therapy offices (this includes designated areas where massage is administered within non-health care settings like spas and wellness/fitness centers);  Chiropractic offices;  Midwifery practices and stand-alone birth centers;  Isolation and/or quarantine facilities;  Ambulatory surgical facilities;  Urgent care centers; and  Hospice care centers. “Health Care Setting” does not include:  Settings where sports and spectator events or other gatherings are held (including when credentialed athletic trainers are providing care to players), other than areas primarily used for the delivery of health care services, such as designated first aid areas (which are Health Care Settings);  Department of Children, Youth & Families (DCYF)-licensed foster homes that do not primarily provide health care services;  Research facilities where no health care is delivered to people;  Veterinary health care settings;  Animal control agencies; and  Non-profit humane societies.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Wash. Proc. 21-14.3 (Nov. 24, 2021)2021-11-24T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Health Care Provider]“Health Care Provider” includes:  Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list;  Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential;  Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and  Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein. “Health Care Provider” does not include, for purposes of this order:  Individual providers, as defined in RCW 74.39A.240;  Individuals who provide only personal care services, as defined in RCW 74.39A.009(24), in people’s homes;  Providers who are not actively practicing or providing services; and  Providers who provide services only at one or more of the settings that are expressly excluded from the list of Health Care Settings under this order. . “Health Care Setting” is any public or private setting that is primarily used for the delivery of in-person health care services to people, except as specifically exempted below. If located at a facility that is primarily used for the delivery of health-care services, such as a hospital, then the entire facility is a Health Care Setting. If located at a facility that is primarily used for another purpose, such as a pharmacy within a grocery store, school nurse’s office, or vaccination clinic within a business establishment, the Health Care Setting includes only the areas that are primarily used for the delivery of health care, but not the other areas of the facility. “Health Care Setting” includes, but is not limited to: Acute care facilities, including, but not limited to, hospitals;  Long-term acute care facilities;  Inpatient rehabilitation facilities;  Inpatient behavioral health facilities, including, but not limited to, evaluation and treatment facilities, residential treatment facilities, secure detox facilities;  Residential long-term care facilities, including, but not limited to, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes, settings where certified community residential services and supports are provided, and enhanced services facilities;  Mobile clinics or other vehicles where health care is delivered;  Outpatient facilities, including, but not limited to, dialysis centers, physician offices, and behavioral health facilities (including offices of psychiatrists, mental health counselors, and substance use disorder professionals);  Dental and dental specialty facilities;  Pharmacies (not including the retail areas);  Massage therapy offices (this includes designated areas where massage is administered within non-health care settings like spas and wellness/fitness centers);  Chiropractic offices;  Midwifery practices and stand-alone birth centers;  Isolation and/or quarantine facilities;  Ambulatory surgical facilities;  Urgent care centers; and  Hospice care centers. “Health Care Setting” does not include:  Settings where sports and spectator events or other gatherings are held (including when credentialed athletic trainers are providing care to players), other than areas primarily used for the delivery of health care services, such as designated first aid areas (which are Health Care Settings);  Department of Children, Youth & Families (DCYF)-licensed foster homes that do not primarily provide health care services;  Research facilities where no health care is delivered to people;  Veterinary health care settings;  Animal control agencies; and  Non-profit humane societies.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Termination of employment]false
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.2 (Sept. 27, 2021)2021-09-27T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Worker]"Worker" includes -A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable "Contractor" includes any person who provides goods, services, or public works services pursuant to a contract with another person or entity, including, for purposes of this Order, a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting. The term includes subcontractors. “Health Care Provider” includes: Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list; Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential; Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein. "Health Care Setting” includes, but is not limited to:  Acute care facilities, including, but not limited to, hospitals;  Long-term acute care facilities;  Inpatient rehabilitation facilities;  Inpatient behavioral health facilities, including, but not limited to, evaluation and treatment facilities, residential treatment facilities, secure detox facilities;  Residential long-term care facilities, including, but not limited to, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes, settings where certified community residential services and supports are provided, and enhanced services facilities;  Mobile clinics or other vehicles where health care is delivered;  Outpatient facilities, including, but not limited to, dialysis centers, physician offices, and behavioral health facilities (including offices of psychiatrists, mental health counselors, and substance use disorder professionals);  Dental and dental specialty facilities;  Pharmacies (not including the retail areas);  Massage therapy offices (this includes designated areas where massage is administered within non-health care settings like spas and wellness/fitness centers);  Chiropractic offices;  Midwifery practices and stand-alone birth centers;  Isolation and/or quarantine facilities;  Ambulatory surgical facilities;  Urgent care centers; and  Hospice care centers.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.1 (Aug. 20, 2021)2021-08-20T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Healthcare provider, operator of Health Care Setting]“Health Care Provider” includes: • Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list; • Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential; • Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and • Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14 (Aug. 9, 2021)2021-08-09T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Health Care Providers ]. “Health Care Provider” includes: • Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list; • Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential; • Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and • Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein. “Health Care Provider” does not include, for purposes of this order: • Individual providers, as defined in RCW 74.39A.240; • Providers of personal care in a person’s home, such as home care, home health or hospice care; • Providers who are not actively practicing or providing services; and • Providers who provide services only at one or more of the settings that are expressly excluded from the list of Health Care Settings under this order.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.4 (Mar. 23, 2022)2022-03-23T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Health Care Provider]“Health Care Provider” includes:  Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list;  Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential;  Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and  Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein. “Health Care Setting” is any public or private setting that is primarily used for the delivery of in-person health care services to people, except as specifically exempted below. If located at a facility that is primarily used for the delivery of health-care services, such as a hospital, then the entire facility is a Health Care Setting. If located at a facility that is primarily used for another purpose, such as a pharmacy within a grocery store, school nurse’s office, or vaccination clinic within a business establishment, the Health Care Setting includes only the areas that are primarily used for the delivery of health care, but not the other areas of the facility. “Health Care Setting” includes, but is not limited to:  Acute care facilities, including, but not limited to, hospitals;  Long-term acute care facilities;  Inpatient rehabilitation facilities;  Inpatient behavioral health facilities, including, but not limited to, evaluation and treatment facilities, residential treatment facilities, secure detox facilities;  Residential long-term care facilities, including, but not limited to, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes, settings where certified community residential services and supports are provided, and enhanced services facilities;  Mobile clinics or other vehicles where health care is delivered;  Outpatient facilities, including, but not limited to, dialysis centers, physician offices, and behavioral health facilities (including offices of psychiatrists, mental health counselors, and substance use disorder professionals);  Dental and dental specialty facilities;  Pharmacies (not including the retail areas);  Massage therapy offices (this includes designated areas where massage is administered within non-health care settings like spas and wellness/fitness centers);  Chiropractic offices;  Midwifery practices and stand-alone birth centers;  Isolation and/or quarantine facilities;  Ambulatory surgical facilities;  Urgent care centers; and  Hospice care centers. “Health Care Setting” does not include:  Settings where sports and spectator events or other gatherings are held (including when credentialed athletic trainers are providing care to players), other than areas primarily used for the delivery of health care services, such as designated first aid areas (which are Health Care Settings);  Department of Children, Youth & Families (DCYF)-licensed foster homes that do not primarily provide health care services;  Research facilities where no health care is delivered to people;  Veterinary health care settings;  Animal control agencies; and  Non-profit humane societies.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Exclusion from workplace]false
Wash. Proc. 21-14.3 (Nov. 24, 2021)2021-11-24T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Health Care Provider]“Health Care Provider” includes:  Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list;  Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential;  Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and  Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein. “Health Care Provider” does not include, for purposes of this order:  Individual providers, as defined in RCW 74.39A.240;  Individuals who provide only personal care services, as defined in RCW 74.39A.009(24), in people’s homes;  Providers who are not actively practicing or providing services; and  Providers who provide services only at one or more of the settings that are expressly excluded from the list of Health Care Settings under this order. . “Health Care Setting” is any public or private setting that is primarily used for the delivery of in-person health care services to people, except as specifically exempted below. If located at a facility that is primarily used for the delivery of health-care services, such as a hospital, then the entire facility is a Health Care Setting. If located at a facility that is primarily used for another purpose, such as a pharmacy within a grocery store, school nurse’s office, or vaccination clinic within a business establishment, the Health Care Setting includes only the areas that are primarily used for the delivery of health care, but not the other areas of the facility. “Health Care Setting” includes, but is not limited to: Acute care facilities, including, but not limited to, hospitals;  Long-term acute care facilities;  Inpatient rehabilitation facilities;  Inpatient behavioral health facilities, including, but not limited to, evaluation and treatment facilities, residential treatment facilities, secure detox facilities;  Residential long-term care facilities, including, but not limited to, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes, settings where certified community residential services and supports are provided, and enhanced services facilities;  Mobile clinics or other vehicles where health care is delivered;  Outpatient facilities, including, but not limited to, dialysis centers, physician offices, and behavioral health facilities (including offices of psychiatrists, mental health counselors, and substance use disorder professionals);  Dental and dental specialty facilities;  Pharmacies (not including the retail areas);  Massage therapy offices (this includes designated areas where massage is administered within non-health care settings like spas and wellness/fitness centers);  Chiropractic offices;  Midwifery practices and stand-alone birth centers;  Isolation and/or quarantine facilities;  Ambulatory surgical facilities;  Urgent care centers; and  Hospice care centers. “Health Care Setting” does not include:  Settings where sports and spectator events or other gatherings are held (including when credentialed athletic trainers are providing care to players), other than areas primarily used for the delivery of health care services, such as designated first aid areas (which are Health Care Settings);  Department of Children, Youth & Families (DCYF)-licensed foster homes that do not primarily provide health care services;  Research facilities where no health care is delivered to people;  Veterinary health care settings;  Animal control agencies; and  Non-profit humane societies.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment]false
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.2 (Sept. 27, 2021)2021-09-27T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Worker]"Worker" includes -A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable "Contractor" includes any person who provides goods, services, or public works services pursuant to a contract with another person or entity, including, for purposes of this Order, a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting. The term includes subcontractors. “Health Care Provider” includes: Individuals with credentials listed in the Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements list; Individuals who are permitted by law to provide health care services in a professional capacity without holding a credential; Long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order; and Workers in any Health Care Setting, as defined herein. "Health Care Setting” includes, but is not limited to:  Acute care facilities, including, but not limited to, hospitals;  Long-term acute care facilities;  Inpatient rehabilitation facilities;  Inpatient behavioral health facilities, including, but not limited to, evaluation and treatment facilities, residential treatment facilities, secure detox facilities;  Residential long-term care facilities, including, but not limited to, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes, settings where certified community residential services and supports are provided, and enhanced services facilities;  Mobile clinics or other vehicles where health care is delivered;  Outpatient facilities, including, but not limited to, dialysis centers, physician offices, and behavioral health facilities (including offices of psychiatrists, mental health counselors, and substance use disorder professionals);  Dental and dental specialty facilities;  Pharmacies (not including the retail areas);  Massage therapy offices (this includes designated areas where massage is administered within non-health care settings like spas and wellness/fitness centers);  Chiropractic offices;  Midwifery practices and stand-alone birth centers;  Isolation and/or quarantine facilities;  Ambulatory surgical facilities;  Urgent care centers; and  Hospice care centers.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]false
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.1 (Aug. 20, 2021)2021-08-20T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Health care provider]Health Care Provider - includes ... long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order ...Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14 (Aug. 9, 2021)2021-08-09T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Health Care Provider]Health Care Provider - ... includes long-term care workers unless specifically excluded in this order ...Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.4 (Mar. 23, 2022)2022-03-23T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Educational Setting Worker]“Worker” includes: o A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable; “Educational Setting” includes:  All public and private universities, colleges, community colleges, and technical colleges and private career/vocational schools subject to licensure by the Workforce Training & Education Coordinating Board;  All public schools, public school districts, charter schools, private schools, educational service districts, the Washington School for the Deaf, the Washington State School for the Blind, and the Washington Youth Academy; and  All early learning and child care programs serving groups of children from multiple households, including, but not limited to, Early Childhood Education and Assistance Programs, Family Home Child Care, Child Care Centers, Outdoor, Nature-based Child Care, School-aged Child Care, license-exempt preschools, and license-exempt youth development programs (e.g., municipal parks & recreation programs, YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs)Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment]false
Wash. Proc. 21-14.3 (Nov. 24, 2021)2021-11-24T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Worker]“Worker” includes: o A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable;“Educational Setting” includes:  All public and private universities, colleges, community colleges, and technical colleges and private career/vocational schools subject to licensure by the Workforce Training & Education Coordinating Board;  All public schools, public school districts, charter schools, private schools, educational service districts, the Washington School for the Deaf, the Washington State School for the Blind, and the Washington Youth Academy; and  All early learning and child care programs serving groups of children from multiple households, including, but not limited to, Early Childhood Education and Assistance Programs, Family Home Child Care, Child Care Centers, Outdoor, Nature-based Child Care, School-aged Child Care, license-exempt preschools, and license-exempt youth development programs (e.g., municipal parks & recreation programs, YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs)Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment]false
Me. Rule. 10-144 CMR CH 264 (HCW Vaccine)2021-08-12T00:00:00.000Maine2021-09-17T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employee]any person who performs any service for wages or other remuneration for a Designated Healthcare Facility, EMS Organization or Dental Health Practice. For purposes of this rule, independent contractors for any of the listed facilities in this definition are considered employees.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment]
Md. Health Order No. 21-12-15-02 (Dec. 15, 2021)2021-12-15T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-12-15T00:00:00.0002022-06-30T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Staff]Staff of facilities listed in paragraph 5B. Staff includes, but is not limited to, regular and contractual employees, contractual staff, volunteers, and other state employees performing any duties at the facility. Facilities in 5B: i. All residential facilities operated by the Maryland Department of Health or any local health department ii. All state correctional facilities under the direction of the Secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services in the Correctional Services Article iii. All state facilities operated by the Department of Juvenile Services under Title 9 of the Human Services Article iv. The Home maintained by the Department of Veterans Affairs under Title 9, Subtitle 9 of the State Government Article v. Other state congregate living facilities as identified by the Secretary of the Department of HealthNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
Md. Health Order No. 21-08-18-01 (Aug. 18, 2021)2021-08-18T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-10-15T00:00:00.0002021-12-31T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[congregate living facilities]B. Facilities: v. Other state congregate living facilities as identified by the Secretary of the Department of Health. (below are the other facilities included in the section) i. All residential facilities operated by the Maryland Department of Health or any local health department; ii. All state correctional facilities under the direction of the Secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services in the Correctional Services Article; iii. All state facilities operated by the Department of Juvenile Services under Title 9 of the Human Services Article; iv. The Home maintained by the Department of Veterans Affairs under Title 9, Subtitle 9 of the State Government Article; andYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Md. Health Order No. 21-08-05-01 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-10-15T00:00:00.0002021-12-31T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Staff]Staff includes, but is not limited to, regular and contractual employees, contractual staff, volunteers, and other state employees performing any duties at the facility.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Md. Health Order No. 21-08-18-01 (Aug. 18, 2021)2021-08-18T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-10-15T00:00:00.0002021-12-31T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[staff]includes, but is not limited to, regular and contractual employees, contractual staff, volunteers, and other state employees performing any duties at the facility.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Md. Health Order No. 21-08-05-01 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-10-15T00:00:00.0002021-12-31T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Staff]Staff includes, but is not limited to, regular and contractual employees, contractual staff, volunteers, and other state employees performing any duties at the facility.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Md. Health Order No. 21-12-15-02 (Dec. 15, 2021)2021-12-15T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-12-15T00:00:00.0002022-06-30T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[]Staff of facilities listed in paragraph 5B. Staff includes, but is not limited to, regular and contractual employees, contractual staff, volunteers, and other state employees performing any duties at the facility. Facilities in 5B: i. All residential facilities operated by the Maryland Department of Health or any local health department ii. All state correctional facilities under the direction of the Secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services in the Correctional Services Article iii. All state facilities operated by the Department of Juvenile Services under Title 9 of the Human Services Article iv. The Home maintained by the Department of Veterans Affairs under Title 9, Subtitle 9 of the State Government Article v. Other state congregate living facilities as identified by the Secretary of the Department of HealthNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
Md. Health Order No. 21-08-18-01 (Aug. 18, 2021)2021-08-18T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-10-15T00:00:00.0002021-12-31T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[staff]includes, but is not limited to, regular and contractual employees, contractual staff, volunteers, and other state employees performing any duties at the facility.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Md. Health Order No. 21-08-05-01 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Maryland2021-10-15T00:00:00.0002021-12-31T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[staff]Staff includes, but is not limited to, regular and contractual employees, contractual staff, volunteers, and other state employees performing any duties at the facility.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Mass. Exec. Order 595 (Aug. 19, 2021)2021-08-19T00:00:00.000Massachusetts2021-10-17T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[executive department employees]executive department - the office of the Governor, any executive office of the Commonwealth, as defined by section 2 of chapter 6A of the General Laws, and any agency, bureau, department, office, or division of the Commonwealth within or reporting to such an executive office of the commonwealth. employee - any person who performs services for a Commonwealth executive department agency, bureau, department, office, or division of the Commonwealth for wage, remuneration, or other compensation, including full-time, part-time, seasonal, intermittent, temporary, post retiree and contract employees, and interns.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Mass. Emerg. Order No. 2022-01 (Jan. 6, 2022)2022-01-06T00:00:00.000Massachusetts2022-02-28T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[personnel]programs, facilities, and personnel subject to COVID-19 vaccination requirements as itemized and appearing in the regulations listed below, must insure that their eligible personnel have received a COVID-19 booster vaccination: 105 CMR 141, Licensure of Hospice Programs; 105 CMR 150, Standards for Long-Term care facilities; 105 CMR 159, COVID-19 Vaccinations for Certain Staff Providing Home Care Services in Massachusetts; 651 CMR 12, Certification Procedures and Standards for Assisted Living Residences; and 101 CMR 23.04(01)(a) COVID-19 Vaccinations for Staff at Certain Agency Facilities (specifically, staff a the Holyoke and Chelsea Soldier's Homes). (Pulled from 105 CMR 150: For purposes of 105 CMR 150.002(D)(11), personnel means an individual or individuals who either work at or come to the licensed facility site and who are employed by or affiliated with the facility, whether directly, by contract with another entity, or as an independent contractor, paid or unpaid including, but not limited to, employees, members of the medical staff, contract employees or staff, students, and volunteers, whether or not such individual(s) provide direct care.)Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
105 Mass. Code Regs. 150.002 (2021)2021-09-08T00:00:00.000Massachusetts2021-10-10T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[facility personnel]For purposes of 105 CMR 150.002(D)(11), personnel means an individual or individuals who either work at or come to the licensed facility site and who are employed by or affiliated with the facility, whether directly, by contract with another entity, or as an independent contractor, paid or unpaid including, but not limited to, employees, members of the medical staff, contract employees or staff, students, and volunteers, whether or not such individual(s) provide direct care.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[]false
Mass. Expanded HCW Vax Requirement (Sept. 1, 2021)2021-09-01T00:00:00.000Massachusetts2021-10-31T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[rest home workers, assisted living residence workers, hospice program workers]not specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Mass. Order Comm. DPH (Aug. 4, 2021)2021-08-04T00:00:00.000Massachusetts2021-10-10T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[nursing home personnel]“Nursing home” means long-term care facilities licensed pursuant to G.L. c. 111, § 71 that provide Levels I, II and/or III care, as those terms are defined in 105 CMR 150.001. “Personnel” means an individual or individuals employed by or affiliated with the facility, whether directly, by contract with another entity, or as an independent contractor, paid or unpaid including, but not limited to, employees, members of the medical staff, contract employees or staff, students, and volunteers who either work at or come to the licensed facility site, whether or not such individual(s) provide direct care. " For the purposes of this section and sections seventy-two, seventy-two A and seventy-three, a convalescent or nursing home is defined as any institution, however named, whether conducted for charity or profit, which is advertised, announced or maintained for the express or implied purpose of caring for four or more persons admitted thereto for the purpose of nursing or convalescent care" G.L. c. 111, § 71Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[]
Minn. Press Release (Aug. 11, 2021) (Vaccinate or test requirement)2021-08-11T00:00:00.000Minnesota2021-09-08T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state agency employees]state agency employeesNoNo[Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action]
Nev. DHHS Agenda and Emerg. Rule (Sept. 10, 2021)2021-09-10T00:00:00.000Nevada2021-11-01T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[contractors, transfers, state employees working in institutions for vulnerable populations, Department of Corrections employees]“Employee” means any person legally holding a position in the public service as defined in NRS 284.013, for the Department or Department of Corrections. “Contractor” means any individual who is not employed in a State position, but who regularly completes work for the Department or Department of Corrections pursuant contract. “Transfer” means any individual employed by the State who has accepted an offer for a position within the Department or Department of Corrections. “Institution for vulnerable populations” includes: 1. Caliente Youth Center; 2. Desert Regional Center Intermediate Care Facility; 3. Desert Willow Treatment Center; 4. Lake’s Crossing Center; 5. Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services Dini Townsend Hospital; 6. Nevada Youth Training Center; 7. Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) – Enterprise; 8. Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) – North; 9. Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) – Oasis; 10. Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services Rawson-Neal Hospital; 11. Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services Stein Hospital; and 12. Summit View Youth Center.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment]
Nev. Governor's Memo (July 30, 2021)2021-07-30T00:00:00.000Nevada2021-08-15T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees, ]state employeesYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Adverse employment action]
N.J. Exec. Order No. 290 (Mar. 2, 2022)2022-03-02T00:00:00.000New Jersey2022-05-11T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[covered workers]"covered workers" shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contactors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. "covered settings" shall be defined as follows: “Health care settings” shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long-term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. “High-risk congregate settings” include State and county correctional facilities; all congregate care settings operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission, which includes secure care facilities and residential community homes; licensed community residences for individuals with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI, and group homes and psychiatric community homes licensed by DCF.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Adverse employment action, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
N.J. Exec. Order No. 283 (Jan. 19, 2022)2022-01-19T00:00:00.000New Jersey2022-03-30T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[covered workers]“covered workers” shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contractors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. "covered settings" shall be defined as follows: “Health care settings” shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long-term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. “High-risk congregate settings” include State and county correctional facilities; all congregate care settings operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission, which includes secure care facilities and residential community homes; licensed community residences for individuals with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI, and group homes and psychiatric community homes licensed by DCF.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]true
N.J. Exec. Order No. 281 (Jan. 11, 2022)2022-01-11T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-09-07T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Workers in covered health care and high-risk congregate settings]For purposes of this Order, “covered workers” shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contractors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. For purposes of this Order, covered settings shall be defined as follows: Health care facilities shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. High-risk congregate settings include State and county correctional facilities; secure care facilities operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission; licensed community residences for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; and certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
N.J. Exec. Order No. 252 (Aug. 6, 2021)2021-08-06T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-09-07T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[high-risk congregate settings]High-risk congregate settings include State and county correctional facilities; secure care facilities operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission; licensed community residences for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; and certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI. Long-term care facilities that are subject to New Jersey Department of Health (“DOH”) Executive Directive No. 20-026 and all subsequent supplemental directives, issued in reliance on the existence of the Public Health Emergency, which remain in effect until January 11, 2022, pursuant to P.L.2021, c.103, must continue to follow any additional requirements in those directives regarding testing.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
N.J. Exec. Order No. 281 (Jan. 11, 2022)2022-01-11T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-10-20T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[covered workers]"covered worker" means any full-time or part-time workers for a covered contractor working on or in connection with a contract with an executive department or agency that requires such worker to enter, work at, or provide service in any place, site, installation, building, room, or facility in which any executive department or agency conducts official business or is within an executive department of agency's jurisdiction, custody, or control, or that related to offering services for State employees, their dependents, or the general public.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
N.J. Exec. Order No. 271 (Oct. 20, 2021)2021-10-20T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-10-20T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[covered worker]"covered worker" means any full-time or part-time workers for a covered contractor working on or in connection with a contract with an executive department or agency that requires such worker to enter, work at, or provide service in any place, site, installation, building, room, or facility in which any executive department or agency conducts official business or is within an executive department of agency's jurisdiction, custody, or control, or that related to offering services for State employees, their dependents, or the general public.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
N.J. Exec. Order No. 290 (Mar. 2, 2022)2022-03-02T00:00:00.000New Jersey2022-04-11T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[covered workers]"covered workers" shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contactors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. "covered settings" shall be defined as follows: “Health care settings” shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long-term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. “High-risk congregate settings” include State and county correctional facilities; all congregate care settings operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission, which includes secure care facilities and residential community homes; licensed community residences for individuals with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI, and group homes and psychiatric community homes licensed by DCF.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]true
N.J. Exec. Order No. 283 (Jan. 19, 2022)2022-01-19T00:00:00.000New Jersey2022-02-28T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[covered workers]“covered workers” shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contractors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. "covered settings" shall be defined as follows: “Health care settings” shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long-term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. “High-risk congregate settings” include State and county correctional facilities; all congregate care settings operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission, which includes secure care facilities and residential community homes; licensed community residences for individuals with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI, and group homes and psychiatric community homes licensed by DCF.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]true
N.J. Exec. Order No. 281 (Jan. 11, 2022)2022-01-11T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-09-07T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Workers in covered health care and high-risk congregate settings, ]For purposes of this Order, “covered workers” shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contractors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. For purposes of this Order, covered settings shall be defined as follows: Health care facilities shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. High-risk congregate settings include State and county correctional facilities; secure care facilities operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission; licensed community residences for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; and certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
N.J. Exec. Order No. 252 (Aug. 6, 2021)2021-08-06T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-09-07T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Workers in covered health care and high-risk congregate settings , ]For purposes of this Order, “covered workers” shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contractors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. For purposes of this Order, covered settings shall be defined as follows: Health care facilities shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. High-risk congregate settings include State and county correctional facilities; secure care facilities operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission; licensed community residences for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; and certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI. Long-term care facilities that are subject to New Jersey Department of Health (“DOH”) Executive Directive No. 20-026 and all subsequent supplemental directives, issued in reliance on the existence of the Public Health Emergency, which remain in effect until January 11, 2022, pursuant to P.L.2021, c.103, must continue to follow any additional requirements in those directives regarding testing.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
N.J. Exec. Order No. 290 (Mar. 2, 2022)2022-03-02T00:00:00.000New Jersey2022-04-11T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[covered workers]"covered workers" shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contactors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. "covered settings" shall be defined as follows: “Health care settings” shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long-term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. “High-risk congregate settings” include State and county correctional facilities; all congregate care settings operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission, which includes secure care facilities and residential community homes; licensed community residences for individuals with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI, and group homes and psychiatric community homes licensed by DCF.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]true
N.J. Exec. Order No. 283 (Jan. 19, 2022)2022-01-19T00:00:00.000New Jersey2022-02-28T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[covered workers]"covered workers" shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contactors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. "covered settings" shall be defined as follows: “Health care settings” shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long-term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. “High-risk congregate settings” include State and county correctional facilities; all congregate care settings operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission, which includes secure care facilities and residential community homes; licensed community residences for individuals with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI, and group homes and psychiatric community homes licensed by DCF.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]true
N.J. Exec. Order No. 281 (Jan. 11, 2022)2022-01-11T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-09-07T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Workers in covered health care and high risk congregate settings]For purposes of this Order, “covered workers” shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contractors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support. For purposes of this Order, covered settings shall be defined as follows: Health care facilities shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. High-risk congregate settings include State and county correctional facilities; secure care facilities operated by the Juvenile Justice Commission; licensed community residences for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”) and traumatic brain injury (“TBI”); licensed community residences for adults with mental illness; and certified day programs for individuals with IDD and TBI.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
N.J. Exec. Order No. 252 (Aug. 6, 2021)2021-08-06T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-09-07T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[workers in covered health care and high-risk congregate care settings]For purposes of this Order, covered settings shall be defined as follows: Health care facilities shall include acute, pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation, and psychiatric hospitals, including specialty hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers; long term care facilities; intermediate care facilities; residential detox, short-term, and long-term residential substance abuse disorder treatment facilities; clinic-based settings like ambulatory care, urgent care clinics, dialysis centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, family planning sites, and Opioid Treatment Programs; community-based healthcare settings including Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, pediatric and adult medical day care programs, and licensed home health agencies and registered health care service firms operating within the State. For purposes of this Order, “covered workers” shall include employees, both full- and part-time, contractors, and other individuals working in covered settings, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app]
N.J. Exec. Order No. 281 (Jan. 11, 2022)2022-01-11T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-10-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[covered worker]“covered workers” shall include all individuals employed by the covered setting, both full and part-time, including, but not limited to, administrators, teachers, educational support professionals, individuals providing food, custodial, and administrative support services, substitute teachers, whether employed directly by a covered setting or otherwise contracted, contractors, providers, and any other individuals performing work in covered settings whose job duties require them to make regular visits to such covered settings, including volunteers. Covered workers do not include individuals who visit the covered setting only to provide one-time or limited duration repairs, services, or construction. All public, private, and parochial preschool programs, and elementary and secondary schools, including charter and renaissance schools (“covered settings”), must maintain a policy that requires all covered workers to either provide adequate proof to the covered setting that they have been fully vaccinated or submit to COVID-19 testing at minimum one to two times weekly.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
N.J. Exec. Order No. 253 (Aug. 23, 2021)2021-08-23T00:00:00.000New Jersey2021-10-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[covered worker, ]“covered workers” shall include all individuals employed by the covered setting, both full and part-time, including, but not limited to, administrators, teachers, educational support professionals, individuals providing food, custodial, and administrative support services, substitute teachers, whether employed directly by a covered setting or otherwise contracted, contractors, providers, and any other individuals performing work in covered settings whose job duties require them to make regular visits to such covered settings, including volunteers. Covered workers do not include individuals who visit the covered setting only to provide one-time or limited duration repairs, services, or construction. All public, private, and parochial preschool programs, and elementary and secondary schools, including charter and renaissance schools (“covered settings”), must maintain a policy that requires all covered workers to either provide adequate proof to the covered setting that they have been fully vaccinated or submit to COVID-19 testing at minimum one to two times weekly.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
N.M. Health Order (Dec. 2, 2021)2021-12-02T00:00:00.000New Mexico2022-01-17T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[congregate care facility workers]"Congregate care facility workers" means any paid or unpaid individuals working in a congregate care facility. This includes workers providing services who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to or residents in a congregate care facility. A congregate care facility worker includes contractors who perform services onsite at the congregate care facility. "Congregate care facility" means nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult day care, hospice facilities, rehabilitation facilities, State correctional facilities, juvenile justice facilities, residential treatment centers, the New Mexico State Veterans' Home, and community homes.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
N.M. Health Order (Sept. 15, 2021) (Vaccine)2021-09-15T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-10-20T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[congregate care facility workers]any paid or unpaid individuals working in a congregate care facility. This includes workers providing services who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or residents in a congregate care facility. A congregate care facility worker includes contractors who perform services on-site at the congregate care facilityYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
N.M. Health Order (Vaccines) (Aug. 17, 2021)2021-08-17T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-10-20T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[congregate care facility worker]any paid or unpaid individuals working in a congregate care facility. This includes workers providing services who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or residents in a congregate care facility. A congregate care facility workers includes contractors who perform services on-site at the congregate care facility.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
N.M. Exec. Order No. 2022-010 (Feb. 17, 2022)2022-02-17T00:00:00.000New Mexico2022-02-17T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees]not defined furtherNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]true
N.M. Exec. Order No. 2021-066 (Dec. 2, 2021)2021-12-02T00:00:00.000New Mexico2022-01-17T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees]not defined furtherNoNo[Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]true
N.M. Health Order (Dec. 2, 2021)2021-12-02T00:00:00.000New Mexico2022-01-17T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[employees]Employees of the Office of the Governor Michelle Lujan GrishamYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
N.M. Exec. Order No. 2021-057 (Oct. 15, 2021)2021-10-15T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-10-15T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees]state employees (not defined further)NoNo[Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]false
N.M. Health Order (Vaccines) (Aug. 17, 2021)2021-08-17T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-10-20T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees]employees of the Office of the Governor Michelle Lujan GrishamYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
N.M. Exec. Order No. 2021-046 (Jul. 30, 2021)2021-07-30T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-08-02T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees]state employees (not defined further)NoNo[Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]
N.M. Exec. Order 2021-045 (July 29, 2021)2021-07-29T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-08-02T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees]state employees (not defined further)NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]
N.M. Health Order (Dec. 2, 2021)2021-12-02T00:00:00.000New Mexico2022-01-17T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[hospital worker]"Hospital Worker" means all paid and unpaid individuals who work on-site in a hospital in a setting where care is provided to patient or patient has access for any purpose. This includes workers who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or COVID 19 airborne aerosols. Hospital workers include, but are not limited to, nurses, physicians nursing assistants, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the hospital, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infection agents that can be transmitted in the hospital (eg. clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
N.M. Health Order (Sept. 15, 2021) (Vaccine)2021-09-15T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-10-20T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[hospital workers]all paid and unpaid individuals who work on-site in a hospital in a setting where care is provided to patients or patients have access for any purpose. This includes workers who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or COVID-19 airborne aerosols. Hospital workers include, but are not limited to, nurses, physicians, nursing assistants, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the hospital, and persons not directly involved in patient care but who could be exposed to infection agents that can be transmitted in the hospital (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, and volunteer personnel)Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
N.M. Health Order (Vaccines) (Aug. 17, 2021)2021-08-17T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-10-20T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[hospital worker]all paid and unpaid individuals who work on-site in a hospital setting where care if provided to patients or patience have access for any purpose. This includes workers who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients to COVID airborne aerosols. Hospital workers include but are not limited to nurses, physicians nursing assistants, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the hospital and persons not directly involved in patient care but who could be exposed to infections agents that can be transmitted in the hospital (e.g. clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
N.M. Health Order (Dec. 2, 2021)2021-12-02T00:00:00.000New Mexico2022-01-17T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[school worker]"School worker" means all paid and unpaid adults serving in a private school, public school, or charter schoolNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
N.M. Health Order (Sept. 15, 2021) (Vaccine)2021-09-15T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-09-15T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[school workers]all paid and unpaid adults adults serving in a private school, public school, or charter schoolNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
N.M. Health Order (Vaccines) (Aug. 17, 2021)2021-08-17T00:00:00.000New Mexico2021-08-23T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[school worker]all paid and unpaid adults serving in a private school, public school, or charter schoolNoNo[]
N.Y. GOER Memo (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000New York2021-10-12T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State executive agency employees]not defined furtherNoNo[]false
N.Y. Press Release (Aug. 2, 2021) (MTA and Port Authority vaccine mandate)2021-08-02T00:00:00.000New York2021-09-06T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State employees, MTA Authorities, Port Authorities]not specifiedNoNo[]
N.Y. Press Release (July 28, 2021) (Vaccine mandate)2021-07-26T00:00:00.000New York2021-09-06T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees]not specifiedNoNo[]
N.Y. Press Release (Feb. 18, 2022) (Indefinite Postponement of Healthcare Worker Booster Requirement)2022-02-18T00:00:00.000New York2022-02-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[personnel, covered entities]Personnel - all persons employed or affiliated with a covered entity, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical and nursing staff, contract staff, students, and volunteers, who engage in activities such that if they were infected with COVID-19, they could potentially expose other covered personnel, patients or residents to the disease. Covered Entity - “Covered entities” for the purposes of this section, shall include: (i) any facility or institution included in the definition of “hospital” in section 2801 of the Public Health Law, including but not limited to general hospitals, nursing homes, and diagnostic and treatment centers; (ii) any agency established pursuant to Article 36 of the Public Health Law, including but not limited to certified home health agencies, long term home health care programs, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) home care programs, licensed home care service agencies, and limited licensed home care service agencies; (iii) hospices as defined in section 4002 of the Public Health Law; andNoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app]false
N.Y. Rule 2.61 (Jan. 21, 2022) (Amended)2022-01-21T00:00:00.000New York2022-01-21T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Covered entities, Personnel]“Covered entities” for the purposes of this section, shall include: (i) any facility or institution included in the definition of “hospital” in section 2801 of the Public Health Law, including but not limited to general hospitals, nursing homes, and diagnostic and treatment centers; (ii) any agency established pursuant to Article 36 of the Public Health Law, including but not limited to certified home health agencies, long term home health care programs, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) home care programs, licensed home care service agencies, and limited licensed home care service agencies; (iii) hospices as defined in section 4002 of the Public Health Law; and 2 (iv) adult care facility under the Department’s regulatory authority, as set forth in Article 7 of the Social Services Law. “Personnel,” for the purposes of this section, shall mean all persons employed or affiliated with a covered entity, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical and nursing staff, contract staff, students, and volunteers, who engage in activities such that if they were infected with COVID-19, they could potentially expose other covered personnel, patients or residents to the disease.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
N.Y. DOH Letter to Administrators (Jan. 21, 2022) (Boosters)2022-01-21T00:00:00.000New York2022-02-21T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[personnel of covered entities]All persons employed or affiliated with a covered entity, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical and nursing staff, contract staff, students, and volunteers, who engage in activities such that if they were infected with COVID-19, they could potentially expose other covered personnel, patients or residents to the disease.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
N.Y. Public Health and Planning Council Decision (Jan. 11, 2022)2022-01-11T00:00:00.000New York2022-01-11T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[personnel of covered entities]all persons employed or affiliated with a covered entity, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical and nursing staff, contract staff, students, and volunteers, who engage in activities such that if they were infected with COVID-19, they could potentially expose other covered personnel, patients or residents to the disease.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
N.Y. OHM Rule 557 (Oct. 27,2021)2021-10-05T00:00:00.000New York2021-12-15T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[staff]Staff shall mean all persons employed or affiliated with a Hospital, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical, nursing, and other treatment staff, contract staff, students, and volunteersNoYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
N.Y. GOER Memo (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000New York2021-11-10T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees of covered entities]State-operated health facilities, congregate living facilities, and other identified covered entities, all employees of covered entitiesNoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]false
N.Y. Rule 2.61 (Aug. 26, 2021)2021-08-26T00:00:00.000New York2021-11-10T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[personnel, covered entities]personnel - all persons employed or affiliated with a covered entity, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical and nursing staff, contract staff, students, and volunteers, who engage in activities such that if they were infected with COVID-19, they could potentially expose other covered personnel, patients or residents to the disease. covered entity - (i) any facility or institution included in the definition of “hospital” in section 2801 of the Public Health Law, including but not limited to general hospitals, nursing homes, and diagnostic and treatment centers; (ii) any agency established pursuant to Article 36 of the Public Health Law, including but not limited to certified home health agencies, long term home health care programs, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) home care programs, licensed home care service agencies, and limited licensed home care service agencies; (iii) hospices as defined in section 4002 of the Public Health Law; and (iv) adult care facility under the Department’s regulatory authority, as set forth in Article 7 of the Social Services Law.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
N.Y. Press Release (Aug. 2, 2021) (MTA and Port Authority vaccine mandate)2021-08-02T00:00:00.000New York2021-09-06T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[patient-facing employees in state-run hospitals]not specifiedNoNo[]
N.Y. Press Release (July 28, 2021) (Vaccine mandate)2021-07-26T00:00:00.000New York2021-09-06T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[patient-facing employees in state-run hospitals]not specifiedNoNo[]
N.Y. Press Release (Feb. 18, 2022) (Indefinite Postponement of Healthcare Worker Booster Requirement)2022-02-18T00:00:00.000New York2022-02-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[adult care facilities ]Adult Care Facilities (ACF) provide long-term, non-medical residential services to adults who are substantially unable to live independently due to physical, mental, or other limitations associated with age or other factors. Residents must not require the continual medical or or nursing services provided in acute care hospitals, in-patient psychiatric facilities, skilled nursing homes, or other health related facilities, as Adult Care Facilities are not licensed to provide for such nursing or medical care. The New York State Department of Health licenses and regulates three types of Adult Care Facilities: Adult Homes (AH): Established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board, housekeeping, personal care, and supervision to five or more adults unrelated to the operator. Enriched Housing Programs (EHP): Established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care to five or more adults primarily persons sixty-five years of age or older, in community-integrated settings resembling independent housing units. The program provides or arranges for the provision of room, board, housekeeping, personal care, and supervision. Residences for Adults: Established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board, housekeeping, case management, activities and supervision to five or more adults, unrelated to the operator, who are unable or substantially unable to live independently.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
N.Y. Rule 2.61 (Jan. 21, 2022) (Amended)2022-01-21T00:00:00.000New York2022-01-21T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[adult care facility]Adult Care Facilities (ACF) provide long-term, non-medical residential services to adults who are substantially unable to live independently due to physical, mental, or other limitations associated with age or other factors. Residents must not require the continual medical or or nursing services provided in acute care hospitals, in-patient psychiatric facilities, skilled nursing homes, or other health related facilities, as Adult Care Facilities are not licensed to provide for such nursing or medical care. The New York State Department of Health licenses and regulates three types of Adult Care Facilities: Adult Homes (AH): Established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board, housekeeping, personal care, and supervision to five or more adults unrelated to the operator. Enriched Housing Programs (EHP): Established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care to five or more adults primarily persons sixty-five years of age or older, in community-integrated settings resembling independent housing units. The program provides or arranges for the provision of room, board, housekeeping, personal care, and supervision. Residences for Adults: Established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board, housekeeping, case management, activities and supervision to five or more adults, unrelated to the operator, who are unable or substantially unable to live independently.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
N.Y. DOH Letter to Administrators (Jan. 21, 2022) (Boosters)2022-01-21T00:00:00.000New York2022-02-21T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[personnel of covered entities]All persons employed or affiliated with a covered entity, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical and nursing staff, contract staff, students, and volunteers, who engage in activities such that if they were infected with COVID-19, they could potentially expose other covered personnel, patients or residents to the disease.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
N.Y. Public Health and Planning Council Decision (Jan. 11, 2022)2022-01-11T00:00:00.000New York2022-01-11T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[personnel of covered entities]all persons employed or affiliated with a covered entity, whether paid or unpaid, including but not limited to employees, members of the medical and nursing staff, contract staff, students, and volunteers, who engage in activities such that if they were infected with COVID-19, they could potentially expose other covered personnel, patients or residents to the disease.NoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
N.Y. Rule 2.61 (Aug. 26, 2021)2021-08-26T00:00:00.000New York2021-11-20T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[adult care facilities]not specified; see add'l documentNoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
N.Y. Rule 2.62 (Sept. 2, 2021)2021-09-02T00:00:00.000New York2021-09-02T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[teachers and staff]not specifiedNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
N.C. Exec. Order No. 238 (Nov. 29, 2021)2021-11-29T00:00:00.000North Carolina2021-09-01T00:00:00.0002022-01-05T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[workers at cabinet agencies]only upon agencies that are part of the Governor's Office or are headed by members of the Governor's CabinetNoNo[]
N.C. Exec. Order No. 229 (Aug. 31, 2021)2021-08-31T00:00:00.000North Carolina2021-09-01T00:00:00.0002021-11-30T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Workers at Cabinet Agencies]not specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Adverse employment action, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
N.C. Exec. Order No. 224 (July 29, 2021)2021-07-29T00:00:00.000North Carolina2021-09-01T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Worker at Cabinet Agencies]workers at Cabinet agencies must either be vaccinated or be regularly tested to ensure that they are not spreading COVID-19 to their fellow employees and members of the public. Section 4 of this Executive Order requires the Office of State Human Resources and all Cabinet agencies to implement these measures. The undersigned also has determined that Face Coverings should be required for unvaccinated workers at Cabinet agencies in many situations. Non-Cabinet agencies, state universities, and state commissions, local governments and school systems, and private businesses and organizations are strongly encouraged, at a minimum, to enact the same measures.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
N.C. DOH Memo (July 27, 2021) (Mandatory COVID Vaccine)2021-07-27T00:00:00.000North Carolina2021-09-30T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[facility employees, volunteers, students, trainees, contractors, temporary workers]All facility employees, volunteers, students, trainees, contracted, and temporary workersNoNo[]
Or. Exec. Order No. 21-29 (Aug. 13, 2021)2021-08-13T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Employee, Worker]"Employee" means any person employed by the Executive Branch, but does not include individuals whose only work for the Executive Branch is as a volunteer board, commission, or council member, and whose compensation is limited to a stipend or per diem; does not include elected or appointed District Attorneys; and does not include Workers. "Worker" means an individual who is not an Employee, and is engaged to provide goods or services to the Executive Branch through any formal or informal agreement, whether compensated or uncompensated, including Oregon Corrections Enterprises, but does not include a visitor, patron, adult in custody, or board, commission, or council member. Individuals are exempt from the definition of Worker unless any provision of the agreement to provide goods or services requires work to be performed in person and on site at an Executive Branch worksite, regardless of frequency, whether other persons are present, or any contingent nature of that requirement.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment]
Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Jan. 31, 2022)2022-01-31T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care providers, health care staff]Healthcare providers and healthcare staff": (A) Means individuals, paid and unpaid, working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel. "Healthcare setting": (A) Means any place where health care, including physical, dental or behavioral health care is delivered and includes, but is not limited to any health care facility or agency licensed under ORS chapter 441 or 443, such as hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, birthing centers, special inpatient care facilities, long-term acute care facilities, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, inpatient hospice facilities, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, residential facilities, residential behavioral health facilities, adult foster homes, group homes, pharmacies, hospice, vehicles or temporary sites where health care is delivered or is related to the provision of health care (for example, mobile clinics, ambulances) outpatient facilities, such as dialysis centers, health care provider offices, dental offices, behavioral health care offices, urgent care centers, counseling offices, offices that provide complementary and alternative medicine such as acupuncture, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic and osteopathic medicine, and other specialty centersYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Termination of employment, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Sept. 1, 2021)2021-09-01T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.0002022-01-31T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[healthcare providers , healthcare staff]Means individuals, paid and unpaid, working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel. "Healthcare setting": Means any place where health care, including physical or behavioral health care is delivered and includes, but is not limited to any health care facility or agency licensed under ORS chapter 441 or 443, such as hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, birthing centers, special inpatient care facilities, long-term acute care facilities, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, inpatient hospice facilities, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, residential facilities, residential behavioral health facilities, adult foster homes, group homes, pharmacies, hospice, vehicles or temporary sites where health care is delivered (for example, mobile clinics, ambulances), and outpatient facilities, such as dialysis centers, health care provider offices, behavioral health care offices, urgent care centers, counseling offices, offices that provide complementary and alternative medicine such as acupuncture, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic and osteopathic medicine, and other specialty centers.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Adverse employment action, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Aug. 25, 2021) (Vaccines in Healthcare Settings).pdf2021-08-25T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.0002022-01-31T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Healthcare providers, Healthcare staff, Healthcare personnel]Healthcare personnel includes individuals, paid and unpaid working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel Healthcare providers and healthcare staff means individuals, paid and unpaid, working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnelYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Vaccines in Healthcare Settings)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.0002022-01-31T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care provider, health care staff person]"Healthcare providers and healthcare staff": Means individuals, paid and unpaid, working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app]
Or. Rule 333-019-1010 (Jan. 31, 2022)2022-01-31T00:00:00.000Oregon2021-10-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care providers, health care staff]Healthcare providers and healthcare staff": (A) Means individuals, paid and unpaid, working, learning, studying, assisting, observing or volunteering in a healthcare setting providing direct patient or resident care or who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients, residents, or infectious materials, and includes but is not limited to any individual licensed by a health regulatory board as that is defined in ORS 676.160, unlicensed caregivers, and any clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, student and volunteer personnel. "Healthcare setting": (A) Means any place where health care, including physical, dental or behavioral health care is delivered and includes, but is not limited to any health care facility or agency licensed under ORS chapter 441 or 443, such as hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, birthing centers, special inpatient care facilities, long-term acute care facilities, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, inpatient hospice facilities, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, residential facilities, residential behavioral health facilities, adult foster homes, group homes, pharmacies, hospice, vehicles or temporary sites where health care is delivered or is related to the provision of health care (for example, mobile clinics, ambulances) outpatient facilities, such as dialysis centers, health care provider offices, dental offices, behavioral health care offices, urgent care centers, counseling offices, offices that provide complementary and alternative medicine such as acupuncture, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic and osteopathic medicine, and other specialty centersYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Termination of employment, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
Am. Samoa Declaration (Apr. 12, 2022)2022-04-12T00:00:00.000American Samoa2022-04-13T00:00:00.0002022-05-13T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Executive Branch Employees]Executive Branch Employees of the American Samoa Government, including but not limited to, career service employees, political appointees, and contract employeesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]false
Am. Samoa Declaration (Mar. 14, 2022)2022-03-14T00:00:00.000American Samoa2022-03-15T00:00:00.0002022-04-13T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Executive Branch Employees]Executive Branch Employees of the American Samoa Government, including but not limited to, career service employees, political appointees, and contract employeesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]false
Am. Samoa Declaration (Feb. 4, 2022)2022-02-04T00:00:00.000American Samoa2022-02-06T00:00:00.0002022-03-10T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Executive Branch employees]Executive Branch employees of the American Samoan Government. including but not limited to, career service employees, political appointees, and contract employeesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]false
Am. Samoa Declaration (Jan. 6, 2022)2022-01-06T00:00:00.000American Samoa2022-01-28T00:00:00.0002022-02-06T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Executive Branch employees]Executive Branch employees of the American Samoan Government. including but not limited to, career service employees, political appointees, and contract employeesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]false
Am. Samoa Declaration (Dec. 9, 2021)2021-12-09T00:00:00.000American Samoa2022-01-28T00:00:00.0002022-01-08T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Executive Branch employees]Executive Branch employees of the American Samoan Government. including but not limited to, career service employees, political appointees, and contract employeesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]false
Am. Samoa Declaration (Nov. 10, 2021)2021-11-10T00:00:00.000American Samoa2021-12-29T00:00:00.0002021-12-09T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Executive Branch employees]Including but not limited to, career service employees, political appointees, and contract employeesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Am. Samoa 1st Amend. Decl. (Nov. 1, 2021)2021-11-01T00:00:00.000American Samoa2021-12-29T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Executive Branch employees]including but not limited to career service employees, political appointees, and contract employeesYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Exclusion from workplace]false
Am. Samoa Declaration (Apr. 12, 2022)2022-04-12T00:00:00.000American Samoa2022-05-13T00:00:00.0002022-05-13T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Healthcare workers]not further definedYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]true
Am. Samoa Declaration (Mar. 14, 2022)2022-03-14T00:00:00.000American Samoa2022-04-13T00:00:00.0002022-04-13T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Healthcare Workers]not defined furtherYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]true
Cal. Health Order (Feb. 22, 2022) (Correctional Facilities and Detention Centers Vaccination Requirement)2022-02-22T00:00:00.000California2022-03-01T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Correctional facility healthcare worker, Detention center healthcare worker ]a. All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to provide health care or health care services to inmates, prisoners, or detainees. This may include nurses, nursing assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, mental health providers, students and trainees, dietary, and contractual staff not employed by the correctional facility or detention center. b. All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to work within hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care facilities, or the equivalent that are integrated into the correctional facility or detention center in areas where health care is provided. This includes workers providing health care to inmates, prisoners, and detainees, as well as persons not directly involved in delivering health care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, janitorial services, laundry, correctional officers, facilities maintenance staff, administrative, inmate workers, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (Jan. 25, 2022) (Correctional Facilities and Detention Centers Vaccination Requirement)2022-01-25T00:00:00.000California2022-03-01T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Correctional facility workers, Detention facility workers]a. All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to provide health care or health care services to inmates, prisoners, or detainees. This may include nurses, nursing assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, mental health providers, students and trainees, dietary, and contractual staff not employed by the correctional facility or detention center. b. All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to work within hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care facilities, or the equivalent that are integrated into the correctional facility or detention center in areas where health care is provided. This includes workers providing health care to inmates, prisoners, and detainees, as well as persons not directly involved in delivering health care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, janitorial services, laundry, correctional officers, facilities maintenance staff, administrative, inmate workers, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (Dec. 22, 2021) (Correctional Facilities and Detention Centers Vaccination Requirement)2021-12-22T00:00:00.000California2022-02-01T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Correctional facility workers, Detention facility workers]a. All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to provide health care or healthcare services to inmates, prisoners, or detainees. This may include nurses, nursingassistants, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, technicians, therapists,phlebotomists, pharmacists, mental health providers, students and trainees, dietary, andcontractual sta not employed by the correctional facility or detention center.b. All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to work within hospitals,skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care facilities, or the equivalent that are integratedinto the correctional facility or detention center in areas where health care is provided. Thisincludes workers providing health care to inmates, prisoners, and detainees, as well aspersons not directly involved in delivering health care, but who could be exposed toinfectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary,janitorial services, laundry, correctional oicers, facilities maintenance sta, administrative,inmate workers, and volunteer personnel)Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (July 26, 2021) Court Modification2021-11-26T00:00:00.000California2021-11-26T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[workers in high-risk congregate settings]High risk congregate settings: Adult and Senior Care Facilities , Homeless Shelters [Court modification: Court granted stay while appeal is pending, therefore congregate settings does not apply to State and Local Correctional Facilities and Detention Centers as written in the original Health Order]NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Cal. Health Order (Aug. 19, 2021)2021-08-19T00:00:00.000California2021-10-28T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care workers, ]All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to provide health care or health care services to inmates, prisoners, or detainees. This may include nurses, nursing assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, mental health providers, students and trainees, dietary, and contractual staff not employed by the correctional facility or detention center. All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to work within hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care facilities, or the equivalent that are integrated into the correctional facility or detention center in areas where health care is provided. This includes workers providing health care to inmates, prisoners, and detainees, as well as persons not directly involved in delivering health care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, janitorial services, laundry, correctional officers, facilities maintenance staff, administrative, inmate workers, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]
Cal. Health Order (Aug. 5, 2021) (healthcare worker vaccine requirement)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000California2021-10-14T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[worker]"Worker" refers to all paid and unpaid individuals who work in indoor settings where (1) care is provided to patients, or (2) patients have access for any purpose. This includes workers serving in health care or other health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Workers include, but are not limited to, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health care facility, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]
Cal. Health Order (July 26, 2021)2021-07-26T00:00:00.000California2021-08-23T00:00:00.0002021-11-26T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[workers]"worker" refers to all paid and unpaid persons serving in health care, other health care or congregate settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients/clients/residents or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Works include, but are not limited to, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health care facility, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care settings (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel).NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Cal. Press Release (July 26, 2021) (state worker vax)2021-07-26T00:00:00.000California2021-08-02T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Employee]DGS employee. Currently this memorandum is not applicable to contractors, volunteers, or visitors. However, any contractor, volunteer or visitor should refer to the State Employee Face Covering Requirements and abide by face covering directives.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Cal. Health Order (Feb. 22, 2022) (Health Care Worker Vaccine Requirement)2022-02-22T00:00:00.000California2022-03-01T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[healthcare workers]All workers who provide services or work in facilities described in subdivision (a) have their first dose of a one-dose regimen or their second dose of a two-dose regimen by September 30, 2021: a. Health Care Facilities: i. General Acute Care Hospitals ii. Skilled Nursing Facilities (including Subacute Facilities) iii. Intermediate Care Facilities iv. Acute Psychiatric Hospitals v. Adult Day Health Care Centers vi. Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and PACE Centers vii. Ambulatory Surgery Centers viii. Chemical Dependency Recovery Hospitals ix. Clinics & Doctor Offices (including behavioral health, surgical) x. Congregate Living Health Facilities xi. Dialysis Centers xii. Hospice Facilities xiii. Pediatric Day Health and Respite Care Facilities xiv. Residential Substance Use Treatment and Mental Health Treatment Facilities c. "Worker" refers to all paid and unpaid individuals who work in indoor settings where (1) care is provided to patients, or (2) patients have access for any purpose. This includes workers serving in health care or other health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Workers include, but are not limited to, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health care facility, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel). 2. All workers currently eligible for boosters, who provide services or work in facilities described in subdivision 1(a) must be "fully vaccinated and boosted" for COVID-19 receiving all recommended doses of the primary series of vaccines and a vaccine booster dose pursuant to Table A below.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (Jan. 25, 2022) (Health Care Worker Vaccine Requirement)2022-01-25T00:00:00.000California2022-03-01T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[healthcare workers]All workers who provide services or work in facilities described in subdivision (a) have their first dose of a one-dose regimen or their second dose of a two-dose regimen by September 30, 2021: a. Health Care Facilities: i. General Acute Care Hospitals ii. Skilled Nursing Facilities (including Subacute Facilities) iii. Intermediate Care Facilities iv. Acute Psychiatric Hospitals v. Adult Day Health Care Centers vi. Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and PACE Centers vii. Ambulatory Surgery Centers viii. Chemical Dependency Recovery Hospitals ix. Clinics & Doctor Offices (including behavioral health, surgical) x. Congregate Living Health Facilities xi. Dialysis Centers xii. Hospice Facilities xiii. Pediatric Day Health and Respite Care Facilities xiv. Residential Substance Use Treatment and Mental Health Treatment Facilities All workers currently eligible for boosters, who provide services or work in facilities described in subdivision 1(a) must be "fully vaccinated and boosted" for COVID-19 receiving all recommended doses of the primary series of vaccines and a vaccine booster dose pursuant to Table A below.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (Dec. 22, 2021) (Health Care Worker Vaccine Requirement)2021-12-22T00:00:00.000California2022-02-01T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[healthcare workers]All workers who provide services or work in facilities described in subdivision (a) have their first dose of a one-dose regimen or their second dose of a two-dose regimen by September 30, 2021: a. Health Care Facilities: i. General Acute Care Hospitals ii. Skilled Nursing Facilities (including Subacute Facilities) iii. Intermediate Care Facilities iv. Acute Psychiatric Hospitals v. Adult Day Health Care Centers vi. Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and PACE Centers vii. Ambulatory Surgery Centers viii. Chemical Dependency Recovery Hospitals ix. Clinics & Doctor Offices (including behavioral health, surgical) x. Congregate Living Health Facilities xi. Dialysis Centers xii. Hospice Facilities xiii. Pediatric Day Health and Respite Care Facilities xiv. Residential Substance Use Treatment and Mental Health Treatment Facilities 2. All workers currently eligible for boosters, who provide services or work in facilities described in subdivision 1(a) must be "fully vaccinated and boosted" for COVID-19 receiving all recommended doses of the primary series of vaccines and a vaccine booster dose pursuant to Table A below.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (Aug. 5, 2021) (healthcare worker vaccine requirement)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000California2021-10-14T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[worker]"Worker" refers to all paid and unpaid individuals who work in indoor settings where (1) care is provided to patients, or (2) patients have access for any purpose. This includes workers serving in health care or other health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Workers include, but are not limited to, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health care facility, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]
Cal. Health Order (July 26, 2021)2021-07-26T00:00:00.000California2021-08-23T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[worker]"worker" refers to all paid and unpaid persons serving in health care, other health care or congregate settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients/clients/residents or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Works include, but are not limited to, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health care facility, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care settings (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel).NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app]
Cal. Health Order (Feb. 22, 2022) (Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Workers Vaccine Requirement)2022-02-22T00:00:00.000California2022-03-01T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Workers, In-home direct care services workers, Waiver personal care services (WPCS) providers, Hospice workers, Regional center employees]a. All workers who provide services or work in Adult and Senior Care Facilities licensed by the California Department of Social Services; b. All in-home direct care services workers, including registered home care aides and certified home health aides, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; c. All waiver personal care services (WPCS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Health Care Services, and in-home supportive services (IHSS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Social Services, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; d. All hospice workers who are providing services in the home or in a licensed facility; and e. All regional center employees, as well as service provider workers, who provide services to a consumer through the network of Regional Centers serving individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services. "Worker" refers to all paid and unpaid individuals who work in indoor settings where (1) care is provided to individuals, or (2) persons in care have access for any purpose. This includes workers serving in residential care or other direct care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to persons in care or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Workers include, but are not limited to, direct supportive services staff, hospice providers, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, WPCS providers, IHSS providers, registered home care aides, certified home health aides, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the residential facility, and persons not directly involved in providing care or services, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the care setting (e.g., clerical, clergy, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, cosmetology, personal training and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (Jan. 25, 2022) (Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Workers Vaccine Requirement)2022-01-25T00:00:00.000California2022-03-01T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Workers, In-home direct care services workers, All waiver personal care services (WPCS) providers, Hospice workers, Regional center employees]a. All workers who provide services or work in Adult and Senior Care Facilities licensed by the California Department of Social Services; b. All in-home direct care services workers, including registered home care aides and certified home health aides, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; c. All waiver personal care services (WPCS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Health Care Services, and in-home supportive services (IHSS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Social Services, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; d. All hospice workers who are providing services in the home or in a licensed facility; and e. All regional center employees, as well as service provider workers, who provide services to a consumer through the network of Regional Centers serving individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services. 4. "Worker" refers to all paid and unpaid individuals who work in indoor settings where (1) care is provided to individuals, or (2) persons in care have access for any purpose. This includes workers serving in residential care or other direct care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to persons in care or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Workers include, but are not limited to, direct supportive services staff, hospice providers, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, WPCS providers, IHSS providers, registered home care aides, certified home health aides, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the residential facility, and persons not directly involved in providing care or services, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the care setting (e.g., clerical, clergy, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, cosmetology, personal training and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order (Dec. 22, 2021) (Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Worker Vaccine Requirement)2021-12-22T00:00:00.000California2022-02-01T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[workers, Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Workers, In-home direct care services workers, Waiver personal care services (WPCS) providers, Hospice workers, Regional center employees]a. All workers who provide services or work in Adult and Senior Care Facilities licensed by the California Department of Social Services; b. All in-home direct care services workers, including registered home care aides and certified home health aides, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; c. All waiver personal care services (WPCS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Health Care Services, and in-home supportive services (IHSS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Social Services, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; d. All hospice workers who are providing services in the home or in a licensed facility; and e. All regional center employees, as well as service provider workers, who provide services to a consumer through the network of Regional Centers serving individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services. 4. "Worker" refers to all paid and unpaid individuals who work in indoor settings where (1) care is provided to individuals, or (2) persons in care have access for any purpose. This includes workers serving in residential care or other direct care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to persons in care or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Workers include, but are not limited to, direct supportive services staff, hospice providers, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, WPCS providers, IHSS providers, registered home care aides, certified home health aides, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the residential facility, and persons not directly involved in providing care or services, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the care setting (e.g., clerical, clergy, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, cosmetology, personal training and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]true
Cal. Health Order Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Worker Vaccine Requirement (Sept. 27, 2021)2021-09-27T00:00:00.000California2022-01-13T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[workers, Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Workers, registered home care aides, certified home health aides, hospice workers , waiver personal care services providers, regional center employees]a. All workers who provide services or work in Adult and Senior Care Facilities licensed by the California Department of Social Services; b. All in-home direct care services workers, including registered home care aides and certified home health aides, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; c. All waiver personal care services (WPCS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Health Care Services, and in-home supportive services (IHSS) providers, as defined by the California Department of Social Services, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services; d. All hospice workers who are providing services in the home or in a licensed facility; and e. All regional center employees, as well as service provider workers, who provide services to a consumer through the network of Regional Centers serving individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, except for those workers who only provide services to a recipient with whom they live or who are a family member of the recipient for whom they provide services.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]
Cal. Health Order (Aug. 5, 2021) (healthcare worker vaccine requirement)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000California2021-10-14T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Worker]"Worker" refers to all paid and unpaid individuals who work in indoor settings where (1) care is provided to patients, or (2) patients have access for any purpose. This includes workers serving in health care or other health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Workers include, but are not limited to, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health care facility, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]
Cal. Health Order (July 26, 2021)2021-07-26T00:00:00.000California2021-08-23T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[worker]"worker" refers to all paid and unpaid persons serving in health care, other health care or congregate settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients/clients/residents or SARS-CoV-2 airborne aerosols. Works include, but are not limited to, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health care facility, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the health care settings (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel).NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Cal. Health Order (Aug. 11, 2021) (vaccine for school workers)2021-08-11T00:00:00.000California2021-10-15T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[worker]worker - refers to all paid and unpaid adults serving in the school settings described in Section I. Workers include, but are not limited to, certificated and classified staff, analogous staff working in private school settings, and volunteers who are on-site at a school campus supporting school functions Section I school settings - public and private schools serving students in transitional kindergarten through grade 12, inclusive, except that it does not apply to home schools. Further, it does not apply to child care or to higher education.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app]
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 15) (Apr. 13, 2022)2022-04-13T00:00:00.000Colorado2022-04-13T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersMandate Removed[State Contractor, State Contractor Workers]State Contractors and State Contractor Workers who enter a residential or congregate care State FacilityNoNo[]false
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 14) (Mar. 14, 2022)2022-03-14T00:00:00.000Colorado2022-03-14T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersMandate removed[State contractors, State contract workers]All State Contractors and State Contract Workers who physically enter a residential or congregate care State FacilityNoNo[]false
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 13) (Feb. 28, 2022)2022-02-28T00:00:00.000Colorado2022-02-28T00:00:00.0002022-03-15T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[facility staff]Facility staff are defined as employees, consultants, contractors, volunteers, students, caregivers, and others who provide medical or ancillary non-medical care and services to residents.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action]false
Colo. Exec. Order 2021-132 (Oct. 3, 2021)2021-10-03T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-14T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[CDOC Employees, agency staff, state employees]all CDOC employees that interface with the public, interact with inmates or parolees, or who enter into facilities as part of their job assignment will be required to receive the vaccine. CDOC will also require other state employees, contract employees, visitors, volunteers and vendors who enter a prison facility to be vaccinated (with some accommodations made for extenuating circumstances). agency staff members and other state employees that interact with vulnerable populations and populations living in congregate living settings are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 pursuant to the State policy announced on August 17, 2021NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 16) (Apr. 20, 2022)2022-04-20T00:00:00.000Colorado2022-04-20T00:00:00.0002022-05-20T00:00:00Government workersMandate Removed[State Contractors, State Contract Workers]State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agent, or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient, or youth residing in a State Facility. State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor's employees, agents, and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor's agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract. State Facility means a building, utility, School, or any other property owned, ;eased, or used by the State for State services, excluding highways or publicly assisted housing projects.[]
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 16) (Apr. 20, 2022)2022-04-20T00:00:00.000Colorado2022-04-20T00:00:00.0002022-05-20T00:00:00Government workersMandate Removed[State Contractors, State Contract Workers]State Contractors and State Contractor Workers who enter a residential or congregate care State Facility[]
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 15) (Apr. 13, 2022)2022-04-13T00:00:00.000Colorado2022-04-13T00:00:00.000Government workersMandate Removed[State Contractors, State Contract Workers]State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agent, or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient, or youth residing in a State Facility. State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor's employees, agents, and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor's agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract. State Facility means a building, utility, School, or any other property owned, ;eased, or used by the State for State services, excluding highways or publicly assisted housing projects.NoNo[]false
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 13) (Feb. 28, 2022)2022-02-28T00:00:00.000Colorado2022-02-28T00:00:00.000Government workersMandate removed[State Contractors, State Contract Workers]All state contractors and state contract workers who physically enter a state facilityNoNo[]false
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 12) (Jan. 28, 2022)2022-01-28T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-14T00:00:00.0002022-03-01T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State Contractors, State Contractor Workers]State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agents or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient or youth residing in a State Facility State Facility means a building, utility, School, or any other property owned, leased or used by the State for State services, excluding highways or publicly assisted housing projects. State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor’s employees, agents and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor’s agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action]false
Colo. Order 20-38 (Amended 11) (Dec. 30, 2021)2021-12-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-14T00:00:00.0002022-02-01T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State Contractor, State Contractor Worker]State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agents or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient or youth residing in a State Facility State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor’s employees, agents and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor’s agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract. State Facility means a building, utility, School, or any other property owned, leased or used by the State for State services, excluding highways or publicly assisted housing projectsYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]false
Colo. Order 20-38 (Nov. 30, 2021) (amended 10)2021-11-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-14T00:00:00.0002022-01-01T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state contractors, state contract workers]State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agents or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient or youth residing in a State Facility. State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor’s employees, agents and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor’s agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Colo. Order 20-38 (Oct. 30, 2021) (amended 8)2021-10-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-14T00:00:00.0002021-12-01T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State Contractors, State Contract Workers]State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agents or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient or youth residing in a State Facility. State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor’s employees, agents and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor’s agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 7) (Sept. 30, 2021)2021-09-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-13T00:00:00.0002021-11-01T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State Contractors, State Contract Workers]D. State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agents or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient or youth residing in a State Facility. E. State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor’s employees, agents and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor’s agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Colo. Order No. 20-38 (Amended 6) (Aug. 31, 2021)2021-08-31T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-13T00:00:00.0002021-10-01T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[State Contractor Workers, State Contractors]State Contractor Workers - State Contractor Worker means all of a State Contractor’s employees, agents and subcontractors and all employees of a State Contractor’s agents and subcontractors who will perform work under a State Contract. State Contractors - State Contractor means all entities or persons that have entered into or accepted a State Contract to transact business with the State, as well as all entities or persons that have one or more employees, agents or subcontractors who provide services in or deliver goods to a State Facility or to a client, resident, patient or youth residing in a State Facility.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Colo. Press Release (July 30, 2021)2021-07-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-09-20T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state workers]State workers - All state employees in the executive branch under the Governor are covered under this policy. Agencies charged with custodial care of vulnerable populations may have additional policies in place. This includes classified and non-classified, and permanent and temporary employees.NoNo[Must use personal leave for COVID-19 related illness/isolation/quarantine, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Colo. Press Release (Dec. 15, 2021) (Bd of Health extends vax requirement)2021-12-15T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-12-15T00:00:00.0002022-04-14T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employee, direct contractor, support staff]FOR PURPOSES OF THIS PART 12, AN EMPLOYEE, DIRECT CONTRACTOR, AND SUPPORT STAFF SUBJECT TO THIS PART 12 IS DEFINED AS AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR EXPOSURE TO CLIENTS OF THE FACILITY OR AGENCY AND/OR TO INFECTIOUS MATERIALS, INCLUDING BODILY SUBSTANCES, CONTAMINATED MEDICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT, CONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENTAL SURFACES, OR CONTAMINATED AIR. (A) THESE INDIVIDUALS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: LICENSED INDEPENDENT PRACTITIONERS; STUDENTS AND TRAINEES; INDIVIDUALS WHO DIRECTLY CONTRACT WITH THE FACILITY OR AGENCY TO PROVIDE SERVICES, WHETHER ON A PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY BASIS; VISITING NURSING STAFF; INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE AFFILIATED WITH THE FACILITY OR AGENCY, BUT DO NOT RECEIVE WAGES OR OTHER REMUNERATION FROM THE FACILITY OR AGENCY; AND PERSONS NOT DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN CLIENT CARE BUT ARE POTENTIALLY EXPOSED TO INFECTIOUS AGENTS THAT CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO AND FROM THE INDIVIDUAL PROVIDING SERVICES AND CLIENTS OF THE FACILITY OR AGENCY.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
Colo. Board of Health Emergency Rule (Aug. 30, 2021)2021-08-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-10-31T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employee, direct contractor, support staff]FOR PURPOSES OF THIS PART 12, AN EMPLOYEE, DIRECT CONTRACTOR, AND SUPPORT STAFF SUBJECT TO THIS PART 12 IS DEFINED AS AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR EXPOSURE TO CLIENTS OF THE FACILITY OR AGENCY AND/OR TO INFECTIOUS MATERIALS, INCLUDING BODILY SUBSTANCES, CONTAMINATED MEDICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT, CONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENTAL SURFACES, OR CONTAMINATED AIR. (A) THESE INDIVIDUALS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: LICENSED INDEPENDENT PRACTITIONERS; STUDENTS AND TRAINEES; INDIVIDUALS WHO DIRECTLY CONTRACT WITH THE FACILITY OR AGENCY TO PROVIDE SERVICES, WHETHER ON A PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY BASIS; VISITING NURSING STAFF; INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE AFFILIATED WITH THE FACILITY OR AGENCY, BUT DO NOT RECEIVE WAGES OR OTHER REMUNERATION FROM THE FACILITY OR AGENCY; AND PERSONS NOT DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN CLIENT CARE BUT ARE POTENTIALLY EXPOSED TO INFECTIOUS AGENTS THAT CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO AND FROM THE INDIVIDUAL PROVIDING SERVICES AND CLIENTS OF THE FACILITY OR AGENCY.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Colo. Emergency Standards for Hospitals and Health Facilities (Vaccine mandate) (Aug. 30, 2021)2021-08-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-14T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Employees, Direct contractors, Support staff]"For the purposes of this Part 12, an employee, direct contractor, and support staff subject to this Part 12 is defined as an individual who has the potential for exposure to clients of the facility or agency and/or to infectious materials, including bodily substances, contaminated medical supplies and equipment, contaminated environmental surfaces, or contaminated air. (A) These individuals may include, but are not limited to: licensed independent practitioners; students and trainees; individuals who directly contract with the facility or agency to provide services, whether on a permanent or temporary basis; visiting nursing staff; individuals who are affiliated with the facility or agency, but do not receive wages or other remuneration from the facility or agency; and persons not directly involved in client care but are potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted to and from the individual providing services and clients of the facility or agency."Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
Colo. Emergency Standards for Hospitals and Health Facilities (Vaccine mandate) (Aug. 30, 2021)2021-08-30T00:00:00.000Colorado2021-11-14T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Employees, Direct contractors, Support staff, ]"For the purposes of this Part 12, an employee, direct contractor, and support staff subject to this Part 12 is defined as an individual who has the potential for exposure to clients of the facility or agency and/or to infectious materials, including bodily substances, contaminated medical supplies and equipment, contaminated environmental surfaces, or contaminated air. (A) These individuals may include, but are not limited to: licensed independent practitioners; students and trainees; individuals who directly contract with the facility or agency to provide services, whether on a permanent or temporary basis; visiting nursing staff; individuals who are affiliated with the facility or agency, but do not receive wages or other remuneration from the facility or agency; and persons not directly involved in client care but are potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted to and from the individual providing services and clients of the facility or agency."Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14A (Sept. 30, 2021)2021-09-30T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Government workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[state employee, state hospital employee, contractor]“State employee” refers to any employee or contract worker of the executive branch, including all agencies and constitutional offices, whose place of work is in or on property owned or controlled by the state, but not a contract worker who visits property owned or controlled by the state only to provide onetime or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction or who is not required to enter any building owned or controlled by the state. “State hospital employee” refers to any person who is employed by or provides any services in the Albert J. Solnit Children’s Center-South, Whiting Forensic Hospital, John Dempsey Hospital, or Connecticut Valley Hospital, and any Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services stateoperated facility providing hospital level of care, or any state employee or contract worker whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to such facilities, or to longterm care facilities as defined in Executive Order No. 13F, but not a contract worker who visits such facilities only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction or who is not required to enter any building owned or controlled by the state. “Contractor” refers to “any person or business entity, including a vendor of support services or subcontractor, that provides the personnel who function as contract workers, state employees, state hospital employees, or covered workers to a covered state agency, school board, or child care facility.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14 (Sept. 28, 2021)2021-09-28T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state employees , state hospital employees]“State employee” refers to any employee or contract worker of the executive branch, including all agencies and constitutional offices, whose place of work is in or on property owned or controlled by the state, but not a contract worker who visits property owned or controlled by the state only to provide onetime or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction or who is not required to enter any building owned or controlled by the state. “State hospital employee” refers to any person who is employed by or provides any services in the Albert J. Solnit Children’s Center-South, Whiting Forensic Hospital, John Dempsey Hospital, or Connecticut Valley Hospital, and any Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services stateoperated facility providing hospital level of care, or any state employee or contract worker whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to such facilities, or to longterm care facilities as defined in Executive Order No. 13F, but not a contract worker who visits such facilities only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction or who is not required to enter any building owned or controlled by the stateYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 13G (Sept. 10, 2021)2021-09-10T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State employee]“State employee” refers to any employee or contract worker of the executive branch, including all agencies and constitutional offices, whose place of work is in or on property owned or controlled by the state, but not a contract worker who visits property owned or controlled by the state only to provide onetime or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction or who is not required to enter any building owned or controlled by the stateYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment, Increased insurance premiums, Must use personal leave for COVID-19 related illness/isolation/quarantine]
Conn. Exec. order No. 13D (Aug. 19, 2021)2021-08-19T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-11T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State employee]state employee - refers to any employee or contractor of the executive branch, including all agencies and constitutional offices, whose primary place of work is in or on property owned or controlled by the state, but not a contractor or employee of an outside vendor who visits properties owned or controlled by the state only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services or construction.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14C (Jan. 6, 2022)2022-01-06T00:00:00.000Connecticut2022-02-11T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[state hospital employee]not defined furtherYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Termination of employment]true
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14A (Sept. 30, 2021)2021-09-30T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[state hospital employees]"State hospital employee" refers to any person who is employed by or provides any services in the Albert J. Solnit Children's Center-South, Whiting Forensic Hospital, John Dempsey Hospital, or Connecticut Valley Hospital, and any Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services state-operated facility providing hospital level of care, or any state employee or contract worker whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to such facilitiesYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14 (Sept. 28, 2021)2021-09-28T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[state hospital employee]"State hospital employee" refers to any person who is employed by or provides any services in the Albert J. Solnit Children's Center-South, Whiting Forensic Hospital, John Dempsey Hospital, or Connecticut Valley Hospital, and any Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services state-operated facility providing hospital level of care, or any state employee or contract worker whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to such facilitiesYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Conn. Exec. Order No. 13G (Sept. 10, 2021)2021-09-10T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state hospital employee]refers to any person who is employed by or provides any services in the Albert J. Solnit Children's Center-South, Whiting Forensic Hospital, John Dempsey Hospital, or Connecticut Valley Hospital, and any Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services state-operated facility providing hospital level of care, or any state employee or contract worker whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to such facilities, or to long-term care facilities as defined in Executive Order No. 13F, but not a contract worker who visits such facilities only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction or who is not required to enter any building owned or controlled by the state.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Conn. Exec. order No. 13D (Aug. 19, 2021)2021-08-19T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-11T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[State Hospital employee]refers to any person who is employed or provides any services in the Albert J. Solnit Children's Center-South, Whiting Forensic Hospital, John Dempsey Hospital, or Connecticut Valley Hospital, or any state employee or state contractor whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to such facilities, or to long-term care facilities as defined in Executive Order No. 13B.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14B (Jan. 6, 2022)2022-01-06T00:00:00.000Connecticut2022-02-11T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[long term care worker]“Covered LTC worker” shall include employees, consultants, contractors including persons who provide services to the long-term care facility under a contract entered into by the facility, volunteers, caregivers who provide care and services to residents on behalf of the facility, and students in the facility’s nurse aide training programs or from affiliated academic institutions. Covered LTC worker does not include visitors of a patient or resident.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Termination of employment]true
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14A (Sept. 30, 2021)2021-09-30T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Covered long term care workers]"Covered LTC worker" shall include employees, consultants, contractors including persons who provide services to the long-term care facility under a contract entered into by the facility, volunteers, caregivers who provide care and services to residents on behalf of the facility, and students in the facility's nurse aide training programs or from affiliated academic institutions" (does not include visitors) "long-term care facility" means any facility, agency, or provider that is a nursing home, as defined in section 19a-521, a residential care home, as defined in section 19a-521, as assisted living services agency as defined in section 19a-490, an intermediate care facility for individuals with intellectual disabilities, as defined in 42 USC 1396d(d), managed residential community as defined in section 19a-693a, or a chronic disease hospital, as defined in section 19a-550Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14 (Sept. 28, 2021)2021-09-28T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees, consultants, contractors , volunteers, caregivers, students]employees, consultants, contractors including persons who provide services to the long-term care facility under a contract enter into by the facility, volunteers, caregivers who provide care and services to residents on behalf of the facility, and student sin the facility's nurse aide training programs or from affiliated academic institutions.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]false
Conn. Exec. Order No. 13F (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Covered Long Term Care Workers]long-term care facility means any facility, agency or provider that is a nursing home, as defined in section 19a-521, a residential care home, as defined in section 19a-521, an assisted living services agency, as defined in section 19a-490, an intermediate care facility for individuals with intellectual disabilities, as defined in 42 USC 1396d(d), managed residential community as defined in section 19a-693a, or a chronic disease hospital, as defined in section 19a-550; and covered LTC worker shall include employees, consultants, contractors including persons who provide services to the long-term care facility under a contract entered into by the facility, volunteers, caregivers who provide care and services to residents on behalf of the facility, and students in the facility's nurse aide training programs or from affiliated academic institutions. Covered LTC worker does not include visitors of a patient or resident.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 13B (Aug. 6, 2021)2021-08-06T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-10-21T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employee, long term care facility]not specified; limited to those with "direct access" long-term care facility means any facility, agency or provider that is a nursing home, as defined in section 19a-521, a residential care home, as defined in section 19a-521, an assisted living services agency, as defined in section 19a-490, an intermediate care facility for individuals with intellectual disabilities, as defined in 42 USC 1396d(d), managed residential community as defined in section 19a-693a, or a chronic disease hospital, as defined in section 19a-550Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14A (Sept. 30, 2021)2021-09-30T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[school boards, child care facilities, current covered workers]"School board” refers to the operator of any public or non-public pre-K through grade 12 school. “Child care facility” refers to a Child Care Center, Group Child Care Home, or Family Child Care Home as defined in Section 19a-77 of Connecticut General Statutes and a Youth Camp as defined in Section 19a-420 of Connecticut General Statutes, provided the Youth Camp is operating during the school year. “Covered worker” refers to all employees, both full and part-time, contract workers, providers, assistants, substitutes, and other individuals working in a public or non-public pre-K to grade 12 school system or child care facility, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support at schools or child care facilities or any person whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to any such school or child care facility or to have regular or frequent contact with children in child care, students, or staff. Covered worker does not include a contract worker who visits a public or non-public pre-K through grade 12 school or child care facility only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction, or a volunteer.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace]
Conn. Exec. Order No. 14 (Sept. 28, 2021)2021-09-28T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002022-02-15T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[School Boards, Child care facilities covered workers]“School board” refers to the operator of any public or nonpublic pre-K through grade 12 school. “Child care facility” refers to a Child Care Center, Group Child Care Home, or Family Child Care Home as defined in Section 19a-77 of Connecticut General Statutes and a Youth Camp as defined in Section 19a-420 of Connecticut General Statutes, provided the Youth Camp is operating during the school year “Covered worker” refers to all employees, both full and part-time, contract workers, providers, assistants, substitutes, and other individuals working in a public or non-public pre-K to grade 12 school system or child care facility, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support at schools or child care facilities or any person whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to any such school or child care facility or to have regular or frequent contact with children in child care, students, or staff. Covered worker does not include a contract worker who visits a public or non-public pre-K through grade 12 school or child care facility only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction, or a volunteer.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Conn. Exec. Order No. 13G (Sept. 10, 2021)2021-09-10T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-10T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[covered worker]refers to all employees, both full and part-time, contract workers, providers, assistants, substitutes, and other individuals working in a public or non-public pre-K to grade 12 school system or child care facility, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support at schools or child care facilities or any person whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to such school or child care facility or to have regular or frequent contact with children in child care, students, or staff. Covered worker does not include a contract worker who visits a public or non-public pre-K through grade 12 school or child care facility only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction, or a volunteer.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Conn. Exec. order No. 13D (Aug. 19, 2021)2021-08-19T00:00:00.000Connecticut2021-11-11T00:00:00.0002021-09-30T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[covered worker]refers to all employees, both full and part-time, contractors, providers, assistants, substitutes, and other individuals working in a public or non-public pre-K to grade 12 school or Child Care Facility, including individuals providing operational or custodial services or administrative support or any person whose job duties require them to make regular or frequent visits to any such schools. Covered Worker does not include a contractor or employee of an outside vendor who visits a public or non-public pre-K through grade 12 school or Child Care Facility only to provide one-time or limited-duration repairs, services, or construction, or a volunteer.Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Del. Order (Sept. 1, 2021) (Vaccination and Testing)2021-09-01T00:00:00.000Delaware2021-09-01T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Employee]Anyone working for the Executive Branch including all appointed, executive, exempt, non-exempt, merit, casual/seasonal, apprentices, temporary agency staff, volunteer, full-time and part-time employees, paid and unpaid interns, joint employees, officers, and officialsYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]
Del. HHS Testing Guidance Updated (Sept. 20, 2021) (Long Term Care)2021-08-12T00:00:00.000Delaware2021-09-30T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[facility staff]Employees, vendors, consultants, contractors, volunteers, and caregivers who provide care and services to residents, and students in a nursing aide training programs or from affiliated academic institutionsNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must use personal leave for COVID-19 related illness/isolation/quarantine]
16 Del. Admin. Code 4202 (Oct. 15, 2021)2021-10-15T00:00:00.000Delaware2021-11-01T00:00:00.0002022-03-01T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[staff]staff (defined in Division of Public Health Guidance)NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
D.C. Mayor's Order No. 2022-043 (Mar. 17, 2022)2022-03-17T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-12-20T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[District employee, contractor, volunteer, grantee]not defined furtherNoNo[Adverse employment action]true
D.C. Mayor's Order No. 2022-029 (Feb. 14, 2022)2022-02-14T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-12-20T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[District government employees, contractors, volunteers, grantees]not defined furtherNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]true
D.C. Declaration Mayor's Order No. 2021-147 (Dec. 20, 2021)2021-12-20T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-12-20T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[government employees, contractors, interns, grantees]not further definedNoNo[Adverse employment action]true
D.C. Declaration Mayor’s Order No. 2021-099 (Aug. 10, 2021)2021-08-10T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-09-19T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Employees, Interns, Government contractors, Grantees]District employees and interns - employees and interns of District of Columbia agencies under the administrative control of the Mayor District government contractors and grantees shall ensure that each of their employees, agents, and subcontractors who provide goods or perform services in person in District of Columbia facilities or worksites, or who have in-person contact with other persons in order to complete their work under the contract or grantYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Adverse employment action]false
D.C. Emerg. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccination (Feb. 8, 2022)2022-02-08T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2022-03-01T00:00:00.0002022-06-07T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employee]As defined in D.C. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Aug. 27, 2021) Each person licensed pursuant to § 501(a)(1) of the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revisions Act of 1985 (“Health Occupations Act”), effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(1)) to practice acupuncture, advanced practice addiction counseling, assisted living administration, audiology, certified midwife, certified professional midwife chiropractic, cytotechnology, dental hygiene, dentistry, dietetics, histotechnology, home health care administration, marriage and family therapy, massage therapy, medical laboratory technology, medicine, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, nursing home administration, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmaceutical detailing, pharmacy, physical therapy, podiatry, practical nursing, professional counseling, psychology, registered nursing, respiratory care, social work, speech-language pathology, veterinary medicine, or to practice as an anesthesiologist assistant, athletic trainer, personal fitness trainer, pharmacy intern, physician assistant, physical therapy assistant, polysomnographic technologist, occupational therapy assistant, or surgical assistant, professional art therapy, or as a trauma technologist, or to practice any other profession for which licensure is required by § 501(a)(1) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3- 1205.01(a)(1)); (b) Each person registered pursuant to § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)) to practice as an audiology assistant, dental assistant, nursing assistive personnel (including certified nurse aide and certified home health aide), pharmacy technician, phlebotomist, psychology associate, polysomnographic technician or trainee, speechlanguage pathology assistant, or speech-language pathology clinical fellow, or to practice any other profession for which registration is required by § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)); (c) Each person certified pursuant to § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)) to practice as an addiction counselor I, addiction counselor II, advanced practice registered nursing, veterinary technician, or a veterinary euthanasia technician, or to practice any other profession for which certification is required by § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)); (d) Each person certified pursuant to § 6 of the Emergency Medical Services Act of 2008 (“Emergency Medical Services Act”), effective March 25, 2009 (D.C. Law 17-357; D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.05) to perform the duties of emergency medical services personnel; (e) Each person certified pursuant to § 7 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.06) to perform the duties of flight emergency medical services personnel; (f) Each person certified pursuant to § 9 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.08) to perform the duties of an emergency medical services instructor; and (g) Each person who is an “unlicensed person” as that term is defined by § 2(7) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(7)), regardless of whether the person is an employee or contractor of a “facility,” as that term is defined by section by § 2(1C) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(1C)). The term “unlicensed person” includes, but is not limited to, unlicensed nurse aides, orderlies, assistant technicians, attendants, home health aides, personal care aides, medication aides, geriatric aides, medical assistants, health technicians, other health aides, housekeeping staff, maintenance staff and administrative staff.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment]true
D.C. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Oct. 7, 2021)2021-10-07T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-11-22T00:00:00.0002022-02-04T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employee]As defined in D.C. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Aug. 27, 2021) Each person licensed pursuant to § 501(a)(1) of the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revisions Act of 1985 (“Health Occupations Act”), effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(1)) to practice acupuncture, advanced practice addiction counseling, assisted living administration, audiology, certified midwife, certified professional midwife chiropractic, cytotechnology, dental hygiene, dentistry, dietetics, histotechnology, home health care administration, marriage and family therapy, massage therapy, medical laboratory technology, medicine, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, nursing home administration, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmaceutical detailing, pharmacy, physical therapy, podiatry, practical nursing, professional counseling, psychology, registered nursing, respiratory care, social work, speech-language pathology, veterinary medicine, or to practice as an anesthesiologist assistant, athletic trainer, personal fitness trainer, pharmacy intern, physician assistant, physical therapy assistant, polysomnographic technologist, occupational therapy assistant, or surgical assistant, professional art therapy, or as a trauma technologist, or to practice any other profession for which licensure is required by § 501(a)(1) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3- 1205.01(a)(1)); (b) Each person registered pursuant to § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)) to practice as an audiology assistant, dental assistant, nursing assistive personnel (including certified nurse aide and certified home health aide), pharmacy technician, phlebotomist, psychology associate, polysomnographic technician or trainee, speechlanguage pathology assistant, or speech-language pathology clinical fellow, or to practice any other profession for which registration is required by § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)); (c) Each person certified pursuant to § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)) to practice as an addiction counselor I, addiction counselor II, advanced practice registered nursing, veterinary technician, or a veterinary euthanasia technician, or to practice any other profession for which certification is required by § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)); (d) Each person certified pursuant to § 6 of the Emergency Medical Services Act of 2008 (“Emergency Medical Services Act”), effective March 25, 2009 (D.C. Law 17-357; D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.05) to perform the duties of emergency medical services personnel; (e) Each person certified pursuant to § 7 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.06) to perform the duties of flight emergency medical services personnel; (f) Each person certified pursuant to § 9 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.08) to perform the duties of an emergency medical services instructor; and (g) Each person who is an “unlicensed person” as that term is defined by § 2(7) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(7)), regardless of whether the person is an employee or contractor of a “facility,” as that term is defined by section by § 2(1C) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(1C)). The term “unlicensed person” includes, but is not limited to, unlicensed nurse aides, orderlies, assistant technicians, attendants, home health aides, personal care aides, medication aides, geriatric aides, medical assistants, health technicians, other health aides, housekeeping staff, maintenance staff and administrative staff.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment]false
D.C. Rule. Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Aug. 27, 2021)2021-08-27T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-11-13T00:00:00.0002021-12-20T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[worker]The following persons are subject to the requirements set forth in § 230.1: (a) Each person licensed pursuant to § 501(a)(1) of the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revisions Act of 1985 (“Health Occupations Act”), effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REGISTER VOL. 68 - NO. 35AUGUST 27, 2021008965 3 D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(1)) to practice acupuncture, advanced practice addiction counseling, assisted living administration, audiology, certified midwife, certified professional midwife chiropractic, cytotechnology, dental hygiene, dentistry, dietetics, histotechnology, home health care administration, marriage and family therapy, massage therapy, medical laboratory technology, medicine, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, nursing home administration, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmaceutical detailing, pharmacy, physical therapy, podiatry, practical nursing, professional counseling, psychology, registered nursing, respiratory care, social work, speech-language pathology, veterinary medicine, or to practice as an anesthesiologist assistant, athletic trainer, personal fitness trainer, pharmacy intern, physician assistant, physical therapy assistant, polysomnographic technologist, occupational therapy assistant, or surgical assistant, professional art therapy, or as a trauma technologist, or to practice any other profession for which licensure is required by § 501(a)(1) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3- 1205.01(a)(1)); (b) Each person registered pursuant to § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)) to practice as an audiology assistant, dental assistant, nursing assistive personnel (including certified nurse aide and certified home health aide), pharmacy technician, phlebotomist, psychology associate, polysomnographic technician or trainee, speech- language pathology assistant, or speech-language pathology clinical fellow, or to practice any other profession for which registration is required by § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)); (c) Each person certified pursuant to § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)) to practice as an addiction counselor I, addiction counselor II, advanced practice registered nursing, veterinary technician, or a veterinary euthanasia technician, or to practice any other profession for which certification is required by § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)); (d) Each person certified pursuant to § 6 of the Emergency Medical Services Act of 2008 (“Emergency Medical Services Act”), effective March 25, 2009 (D.C. Law 17-357; D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.05) to perform the duties of emergency medical services personnel; DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REGISTER VOL. 68 - NO. 35AUGUST 27, 2021008966 4 (e) Each person certified pursuant to § 7 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.06) to perform the duties of flight emergency medical services personnel; (f) Each person certified pursuant to § 9 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.08) to perform the duties of an emergency medical services instructor; and (g) Each person who is an “unlicensed person” as that term is defined by § 2(7) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(7)), regardless of whether the person is an employee or contractor of a “facility,” as that term is defined by section by § 2(1C) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(1C)). The term “unlicensed person” includes, but is not limited to, unlicensed nurse aides, orderlies, assistant technicians, attendants, home health aides, personal care aides, medication aides, geriatric aides, medical assistants, health technicians, other health aides, housekeeping staff, maintenance staff and administrative staff.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]false
D.C. Code 38-502.01 Student Vaccine Requirement (Jan 12, 2022)2022-01-12T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2022-03-01T00:00:00.0002022-04-12T00:00:00K-12 studentsRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[students]means an individual who is 3 years of age or older who seeks admission to a school or for whom admission is sought by a responsible person.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card]false
D.C. Emerg. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccination (Feb. 8, 2022)2022-02-08T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2022-03-01T00:00:00.0002022-06-07T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employee]As defined in D.C. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Aug. 27, 2021) Each person licensed pursuant to § 501(a)(1) of the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revisions Act of 1985 (“Health Occupations Act”), effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(1)) to practice acupuncture, advanced practice addiction counseling, assisted living administration, audiology, certified midwife, certified professional midwife chiropractic, cytotechnology, dental hygiene, dentistry, dietetics, histotechnology, home health care administration, marriage and family therapy, massage therapy, medical laboratory technology, medicine, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, nursing home administration, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmaceutical detailing, pharmacy, physical therapy, podiatry, practical nursing, professional counseling, psychology, registered nursing, respiratory care, social work, speech-language pathology, veterinary medicine, or to practice as an anesthesiologist assistant, athletic trainer, personal fitness trainer, pharmacy intern, physician assistant, physical therapy assistant, polysomnographic technologist, occupational therapy assistant, or surgical assistant, professional art therapy, or as a trauma technologist, or to practice any other profession for which licensure is required by § 501(a)(1) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3- 1205.01(a)(1)); (b) Each person registered pursuant to § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)) to practice as an audiology assistant, dental assistant, nursing assistive personnel (including certified nurse aide and certified home health aide), pharmacy technician, phlebotomist, psychology associate, polysomnographic technician or trainee, speechlanguage pathology assistant, or speech-language pathology clinical fellow, or to practice any other profession for which registration is required by § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)); (c) Each person certified pursuant to § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)) to practice as an addiction counselor I, addiction counselor II, advanced practice registered nursing, veterinary technician, or a veterinary euthanasia technician, or to practice any other profession for which certification is required by § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)); (d) Each person certified pursuant to § 6 of the Emergency Medical Services Act of 2008 (“Emergency Medical Services Act”), effective March 25, 2009 (D.C. Law 17-357; D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.05) to perform the duties of emergency medical services personnel; (e) Each person certified pursuant to § 7 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.06) to perform the duties of flight emergency medical services personnel; (f) Each person certified pursuant to § 9 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.08) to perform the duties of an emergency medical services instructor; and (g) Each person who is an “unlicensed person” as that term is defined by § 2(7) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(7)), regardless of whether the person is an employee or contractor of a “facility,” as that term is defined by section by § 2(1C) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(1C)). The term “unlicensed person” includes, but is not limited to, unlicensed nurse aides, orderlies, assistant technicians, attendants, home health aides, personal care aides, medication aides, geriatric aides, medical assistants, health technicians, other health aides, housekeeping staff, maintenance staff and administrative staff.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment]true
D.C. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Oct. 7, 2021)2021-10-07T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-11-22T00:00:00.0002022-02-04T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees]As defined in D.C. Rule Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Aug. 27, 2021) Each person licensed pursuant to § 501(a)(1) of the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revisions Act of 1985 (“Health Occupations Act”), effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(1)) to practice acupuncture, advanced practice addiction counseling, assisted living administration, audiology, certified midwife, certified professional midwife chiropractic, cytotechnology, dental hygiene, dentistry, dietetics, histotechnology, home health care administration, marriage and family therapy, massage therapy, medical laboratory technology, medicine, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, nursing home administration, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmaceutical detailing, pharmacy, physical therapy, podiatry, practical nursing, professional counseling, psychology, registered nursing, respiratory care, social work, speech-language pathology, veterinary medicine, or to practice as an anesthesiologist assistant, athletic trainer, personal fitness trainer, pharmacy intern, physician assistant, physical therapy assistant, polysomnographic technologist, occupational therapy assistant, or surgical assistant, professional art therapy, or as a trauma technologist, or to practice any other profession for which licensure is required by § 501(a)(1) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3- 1205.01(a)(1)); (b) Each person registered pursuant to § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)) to practice as an audiology assistant, dental assistant, nursing assistive personnel (including certified nurse aide and certified home health aide), pharmacy technician, phlebotomist, psychology associate, polysomnographic technician or trainee, speechlanguage pathology assistant, or speech-language pathology clinical fellow, or to practice any other profession for which registration is required by § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)); (c) Each person certified pursuant to § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)) to practice as an addiction counselor I, addiction counselor II, advanced practice registered nursing, veterinary technician, or a veterinary euthanasia technician, or to practice any other profession for which certification is required by § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)); (d) Each person certified pursuant to § 6 of the Emergency Medical Services Act of 2008 (“Emergency Medical Services Act”), effective March 25, 2009 (D.C. Law 17-357; D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.05) to perform the duties of emergency medical services personnel; (e) Each person certified pursuant to § 7 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.06) to perform the duties of flight emergency medical services personnel; (f) Each person certified pursuant to § 9 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.08) to perform the duties of an emergency medical services instructor; and (g) Each person who is an “unlicensed person” as that term is defined by § 2(7) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(7)), regardless of whether the person is an employee or contractor of a “facility,” as that term is defined by section by § 2(1C) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(1C)). The term “unlicensed person” includes, but is not limited to, unlicensed nurse aides, orderlies, assistant technicians, attendants, home health aides, personal care aides, medication aides, geriatric aides, medical assistants, health technicians, other health aides, housekeeping staff, maintenance staff and administrative staff.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
D.C. Rule. Healthcare Worker Vaccine Requirement (Aug. 27, 2021)2021-08-27T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-11-13T00:00:00.0002021-12-20T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees]Each person licensed pursuant to § 501(a)(1) of the District of Columbia Health Occupations Revisions Act of 1985 (“Health Occupations Act”), effective March 25, 1986 (D.C. Law 6-99; D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(1)) to practice acupuncture, advanced practice addiction counseling, assisted living administration, audiology, certified midwife, certified professional midwife chiropractic, cytotechnology, dental hygiene, dentistry, dietetics, histotechnology, home health care administration, marriage and family therapy, massage therapy, medical laboratory technology, medicine, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, nursing home administration, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmaceutical detailing, pharmacy, physical therapy, podiatry, practical nursing, professional counseling, psychology, registered nursing, respiratory care, social work, speech-language pathology, veterinary medicine, or to practice as an anesthesiologist assistant, athletic trainer, personal fitness trainer, pharmacy intern, physician assistant, physical therapy assistant, polysomnographic technologist, occupational therapy assistant, or surgical assistant, professional art therapy, or as a trauma technologist, or to practice any other profession for which licensure is required by § 501(a)(1) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3- 1205.01(a)(1)); (b) Each person registered pursuant to § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)) to practice as an audiology assistant, dental assistant, nursing assistive personnel (including certified nurse aide and certified home health aide), pharmacy technician, phlebotomist, psychology associate, polysomnographic technician or trainee, speechlanguage pathology assistant, or speech-language pathology clinical fellow, or to practice any other profession for which registration is required by § 501(a)(2) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(2)); (c) Each person certified pursuant to § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)) to practice as an addiction counselor I, addiction counselor II, advanced practice registered nursing, veterinary technician, or a veterinary euthanasia technician, or to practice any other profession for which certification is required by § 501(a)(3) of the Health Occupations Act (D.C. Official Code § 3-1205.01(a)(3)); (d) Each person certified pursuant to § 6 of the Emergency Medical Services Act of 2008 (“Emergency Medical Services Act”), effective March 25, 2009 (D.C. Law 17-357; D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.05) to perform the duties of emergency medical services personnel; (e) Each person certified pursuant to § 7 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.06) to perform the duties of flight emergency medical services personnel; (f) Each person certified pursuant to § 9 of the Emergency Medical Services Act (D.C. Official Code § 7-2341.08) to perform the duties of an emergency medical services instructor; and (g) Each person who is an “unlicensed person” as that term is defined by § 2(7) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(7)), regardless of whether the person is an employee or contractor of a “facility,” as that term is defined by section by § 2(1C) of the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, effective April 20, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-238; D.C. Official Code § 44-551(1C)). The term “unlicensed person” includes, but is not limited to, unlicensed nurse aides, orderlies, assistant technicians, attendants, home health aides, personal care aides, medication aides, geriatric aides, medical assistants, health technicians, other health aides, housekeeping staff, maintenance staff and administrative staff.Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment, Adverse employment action]false
D.C. Mayor's Order No. 2022-029 (Feb. 14, 2022)2022-02-14T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2022-01-15T00:00:00.0002022-02-14T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]guest, visitor, or customer over 12[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Denial of service]false
D.C. Mayor's Order 2021-148 (Dec. 22, 2021)2021-12-21T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2022-03-01T00:00:00.000Patrons of businesses[]guest, customer, or visitor over 12 years old of covered establishments.[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
D.C. Mayor's Order No. 2022-043 (Mar. 17, 2022)2022-03-17T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-11-01T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees, contractors, interns, volunteers]All adult employees, contractors, interns, and volunteers working in person in a public, public charter, independent, private, or parochial school in the District of ColumbiaYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[]false
D.C. Mayor's Order No. 2022-029 (Feb. 14, 2022)2022-02-14T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-11-01T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees, contractors, interns, volunteers]all adult employees, contractors, interns, and volunteers working in person in a public, public charter, independent, private, or parochial school in the District of ColumbiaYes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
D.C. Declaration Mayor's Order No. 2021-109 (Sept. 20, 2021)2021-09-20T00:00:00.000District of Columbia2021-11-01T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[employees, contractors, interns, volunteers]all adult employees, contractors, interns, and volunteers working in person in a public, public charger, independent, private, or parochial school in the District of Columbia... includes: teachers, student teachers, teaching aides, substitute teachers, and teaching fellows; before- and after-school teachers, program leaders, and assistants; guidance counselors; principals and other school leaders, program coordinators and administrators; coaches, trainers, athletic directors, referees, meet or game officials, and school-based media specialists filming games and training sessions; librarians and school library-based personnel; technology support personnel who work in schools; social workers; school bus drivers; school security personnel; aides for children with special needs in schools; cafeteria, janitorial, and building maintenance staff; and volunteers who are regularly at schools; but do not include adult students in schools; school bus drivers and aides on those school buses or vans who (other than personnel of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority) take students to or from school or who regularly take students to or from extra-curricular activities such as sports competitions...Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action]
Guam Exec. Order 2022-06 (Mar. 11, 2022)2022-03-11T00:00:00.000Guam2022-03-11T00:00:00.000Government workersMandate removed[government of Guam employees]Executive branch workers - Full time and part time employees or volunteers of executive branch line agencies regardless of whether paid or unpaidNoNo[Adverse employment action]false
Guam Exec. Order No. 2021-17 (Aug. 6, 2021)2021-08-06T00:00:00.000Guam2021-09-24T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Executive branch workers]Executive branch workers - Full time and part time employees or volunteers of executive branch line agencies regardless of whether paid or unpaidNoNo[Adverse employment action]
Guam Exec. Order No. 2022-04 (Feb. 25, 2022)2022-02-25T00:00:00.000Guam2021-08-23T00:00:00.0002022-02-26T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]patrons of covered establishments, including restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, movie theaters, food courts at shopping establishments, bowling alleys, sporting events, boat cruises and other establishments.[Denial of service, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
Guam Exec. Order No. 2021-20 (Aug. 23, 2021)2021-08-23T00:00:00.000Guam2021-08-24T00:00:00.0002022-02-26T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]per EO 2022-04 (Feb. 25, 2022) patrons of covered establishments, including restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, movie theaters, food courts at shopping establishments, bowling alleys, sporting events, boat cruises and other establishments.[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Denial of service, Business can be fined/charged for noncompliance]false
Guam Exec. Order No. 2021-19 (Aug. 20, 2021)2021-08-20T00:00:00.000Guam2021-08-23T00:00:00.0002022-02-26T00:00:00Patrons of businesses[]patrons of covered establishments, including restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, movie theaters, food courts at shopping establishments, bowling alleys, sporting events, boat cruises and other establishments.[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Business can be fined/charged for noncompliance, Denial of service]false
Guam Exec. Order No. 2022-04 (Feb. 25, 2022)2022-02-25T00:00:00.000Guam2022-02-26T00:00:00.000Private business employeesMandate removed[staff]staff of covered establishments, including restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, movie theaters, food courts at shopping establishments, bowling alleys, sporting events, boat cruises and other establishments.NoNo[]false
Guam Exec. Order No. 2021-20 (Aug. 23, 2021)2021-08-23T00:00:00.000Guam2021-09-24T00:00:00.0002022-02-26T00:00:00Private business employeesRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[staff]per EO 2022-04 (Feb. 25, 2022) staff of covered establishments, including restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, movie theaters, food courts at shopping establishments, bowling alleys, sporting events, boat cruises and other establishments.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
Guam Exec. Order No. 2021-19 (Aug. 20, 2021)2021-08-20T00:00:00.000Guam2021-09-27T00:00:00.0002022-02-26T00:00:00Private business employeesRequires vaccination with no provisions for exemptions[staff, including restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, movie theaters, food courts at shopping establishments, bowling alleys, sporting events, boat cruises and other establishments]staffNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Jan. 26, 2022)2022-01-26T00:00:00.000Hawaii2022-01-26T00:00:00.0002022-03-25T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State executive employees, County employees]For purposes of this Proclamation, “State executive and county employees” means all permanent and temporary employees and volunteers of the executive branch of the State and its departments, offices, and agencies, including the Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i, and all permanent and temporary employees of each of the counties, but excluding unpaid members of boards and commissions unless they qualify as a visitor and must thus comply with Exhibit DNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Nov. 29, 2021)2021-11-29T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-11-29T00:00:00.0002022-01-28T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State employees, County employees]all permanent and temporary employees and volunteers of the executive branch of the State and its departments, offices, and agencies, including the Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i, and all permanent and temporary employees of each of the counties, but excluding unpaid members of boards and commissions unless they qualify as a visitorNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Oct. 1, 2021)2021-10-01T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-10-01T00:00:00.0002021-11-30T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[contractors]"Contractor" includes any entity, volunteer, or vendor providing goods, equipment, construction, consulting, or any other materials or services to the State whether paid or unpaid; and any concessionaire, permittee, or commercial operator in any State facility.NoNo[Exclusion from workplace, Adverse employment action, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Haw. Exec. Order No. 21-07 (Sept. 8, 2021)2021-09-08T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-09-13T00:00:00.000Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Contractors]“Contractor” or “Contractor’s Employee” means any: A. Contractor, volunteer, or vendor providing goods, equipment, construction, consulting, or any other materials or services to the State whether paid or unpaid; B. Concessionaire, permittee, or commercial operator in any State facility; or C. Anyone employed by the contractor or providing service for or on behalf of the contractor who enters, works, or provides services in any State facility under any type of subcontract or other agreementNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace]
Haw. Emerg. Proc. No. 22 for COVID-19 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-08-16T00:00:00.0002021-10-04T00:00:00Government workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[State Employees, County Employees]State and county employees” means all permanent and temporary employees of the executive branch of the State and its departments, offices, and agencies, including the Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i, and all permanent and temporary employees of each of the counties, but excluding unpaid members of boards and commissions.NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Adverse employment action, Termination of employment]
Haw. Maui County Emerg. Rules (Oct. 12, 2021)2021-10-12T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-10-16T00:00:00.000Patrons of businesses[]all customers or participants, as applicable, 12 years of age and older; Without limitation, “businesses” include for profit, non-profit, or other entities, regardless of the nature of the service they perform, or their corporate or entity structure[Denial of service, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Jan. 26, 2022)2022-01-26T00:00:00.000Hawaii2022-01-26T00:00:00.0002022-03-25T00:00:00Visitors to government buildings[]“Visitor” means any person entering a State Facility who is not a State employee, Contractor, or employee of a Contractor, but shall not include: visitors on beaches, beach parks, and other outdoor State government properties; persons under the age of 5; students while attending DOE public or charter schools; inmates at State correctional facilities; patients in State hospitals; residents while present in State housing projects; individuals entering any state airport for the purpose of traveling out of or into an airport located within the State; or individuals making deliveries to, or doing drop offs or are present at a State facility and who leave within ten (10) minutes of entry[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Denial of service, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Nov. 29, 2021)2021-11-29T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-11-29T00:00:00.0002022-01-28T00:00:00Visitors to government buildings[]“Visitor” means any person entering a State Facility who is not a State employee, Contractor, or employee of a Contractor, but shall not include: visitors on beaches, beach parks, and other outdoor State government properties; persons under the age of 12; students while attending DOE public or charter schools; inmates at State correctional facilities; patients in State hospitals; residents while present in State housing projects; individuals entering any state airport for the purpose of traveling out of or into an airport located within the State; or individuals making deliveries to, or doing drop offs or are present at a State facility and who leave within ten (10) minutes of entry.[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Denial of service]false
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Oct. 1, 2021)2021-10-01T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-10-01T00:00:00.0002021-11-30T00:00:00Visitors to government buildings[]"Visitor" means any person entering a State Facility who is not a State employee, Contractor, or employee of a Contractor, but shall not include: visitors on beaches, beach parks, and other outdoor State government properties; persons under the age of 12; students while attending DOE public or charter schools; inmates at State correctional facilities; patients in State hospitals; residents while present in State housing projects; individuals entering any state airport for the purpose of traveling our of or into an airport located within the State; or individuals making deliveries to, or doing drop offs or are present at a State facility and who leave within ten minutes of entry.[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Denial of service]false
Haw. Exec. Order No. 21-07 (Sept. 8, 2021)2021-09-08T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-09-13T00:00:00.000Visitors to government buildings[]Any person entering a State Facility who is not a State employee, volunteer, vendor, contractor, or employee of a contractor, but shall not include: visitors on beaches, beach parks, and other outdoor State government properties; persons under the age of twelve (12); students while attending DOE public or charter schools; inmates at State correctional facilities; patients in State hospitals; residents while present in State housing projects; individuals entering any state airport for the purpose of traveling out of or into an airport located within the State; or individuals making deliveries to a State Facility and who leave within ten (10) minutes of entry;[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Denial of service, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Haw. Maui County Emerg. Rules (Oct. 12, 2021)2021-10-12T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-10-16T00:00:00.000Private business employeesRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Full or part-time employees 12 years of age and older]Full or part-time employees 12 years of age and olderNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Jan. 26, 2022)2022-01-26T00:00:00.000Hawaii2022-01-26T00:00:00.0002022-03-25T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state executive employees, county employees]"For purposes of this Proclamation, “State executive and countyemployees” means all permanent and temporary employees and volunteers of the executive branch of the State and its departments, offices, and agencies, including the Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i, and all permanent and temporary employees of each of the counties, but excluding unpaid members of boards and commissions unless they qualify as a visitor and must thus comply with Exhibit D"NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Haw. Emerg. Proc. (Nov. 29, 2021)2021-11-29T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-11-29T00:00:00.0002022-01-28T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[state executive employees, county employees]"For purposes of this Proclamation, “State executive and countyemployees” means all permanent and temporary employees and volunteers of the executive branch of the State and its departments, offices, and agencies, including the Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i, and all permanent and temporary employees of each of the counties, but excluding unpaid members of boards and commissions unless they qualify as a visitor and must thus comply with Exhibit D"NoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false
Haw. Emerg. Proc. No. 22 for COVID-19 (Aug. 5, 2021)2021-08-05T00:00:00.000Hawaii2021-08-16T00:00:00.0002021-10-04T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Department of Education Employees]all temporary and permanent employees ... including the Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i,NoNo[Adverse employment action, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card]
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-10 (Apr. 1, 2022)2022-04-01T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-12-14T00:00:00.0002022-04-30T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[all state employees at state-owned or operated congregate facilities, all contractors and vendors who work at state-owned or operated congregate facilities]not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-05 (Feb. 4, 2022)2022-02-04T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-12-14T00:00:00.0002022-03-05T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[all state employees at state-owned or operated congregate facilities, all contractors and vendors who work at state-owned or operated congregate facilities]not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2022-01 (Jan. 7, 2022)2022-01-07T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-12-14T00:00:00.0002022-02-05T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[all state employees at state-owned or operated congregate facilities, , all contractors and vendors who work at state-owned or operated congregate facilities]not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-32 (Dec. 10, 2021)2021-12-10T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-12-14T00:00:00.0002022-01-08T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[State employees at state-owned or operated congregate facilities, contractors or vendors who work at State-owned or operated congregate facilities]“State-owned or operated congregate facilities” means congregate facilities operated by the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs, the Illinois Department of Human Services, the Illinois Department of Corrections, and the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice. [contractors or vendors] This does not include any person who is present at a State-owned or operated congregate facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting, as determined by the facility (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly enter a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-30 (Nov. 12, 2021)2021-11-12T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-12-14T00:00:00.0002021-12-11T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[State employees at State-owned or operated congregate facilities, contractors and vendors who work at State-owned or operated congregate facilities]“State-owned or operated congregate facilities” means congregate facilities operated by the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs, the Illinois Department of Human Services, the Illinois Department of Corrections, and the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-27 (Oct. 15, 2021)2021-10-15T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-12-14T00:00:00.0002021-11-13T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[state employees, contractors and vendors]This does not include any person who is present at a State-owned or operated congregate facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting, as determined by the facility (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly enter a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-23 (Sept. 17, 2021)2021-09-17T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-12-02T00:00:00.0002021-10-16T00:00:00Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[State employees, contractors , vendors]All State employees at State-owned or operated congregate facilities All contractors and vendors who work at State-owned or operated congregate facilitiesYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-22 (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[State employees, contractors, vendors]not specifiedYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-20 (Aug. 26, 2021)2021-08-26T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-18T00:00:00.000Congregate facility workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[State employees, contractors, vendors]not specifiedYes, requires unspecified supporting documentationYes, requires unspecified supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-10 (Apr. 1, 2022)2022-04-01T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-04-30T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health care workers]Health Care Workers at skilled nursing and intermediate care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, facilities licensed under the ID/DD Community Care Act, and facilities licensed under the MC/DD ActYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-05 (Feb. 4, 2022)2022-02-04T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health care workers]Health Care Workers at skilled nursing and intermediate care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, facilities licensed under the ID/DD Community Care Act, and facilities licensed under the MC/DD ActYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2022-01 (Jan. 7, 2022)2022-01-07T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-02-05T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[health care workers]“Health Care Worker” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term “Health Care Worker” does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term “Health Care Worker” also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment)."Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-32 (Dec. 10, 2021)2021-12-10T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-01-08T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health Care Workers]“Health Care Worker” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term “Health Care Worker” does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term “Health Care Worker” also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-30 (Nov. 12, 2021)2021-11-12T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-12-11T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health Care Worker]“Health Care Worker” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term “Health Care Worker” does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term “Health Care Worker” also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment). “Health Care Facility” means any institution, building, or agency, or portion of an institution, building or agency, whether public or private (for-profit or nonprofit), that is used, operated or designed to provide health services, medical treatment or nursing, or rehabilitative or preventive care to any person or persons. This includes, but is not limited to, ambulatory surgical treatment centers, hospices, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, emergency medical services, IDPH licensed emergency medical service vehicles, chiropractic offices, dental offices, free-standing emergency centers, urgent care facilities, birth centers, post-surgical recovery care facilities, end-stage renal disease facilities, long-term care facilities (including skilled and intermediate long-term care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, the ID/DD Community Care Act or the MC/DD Act), Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities, assisted living facilities, supportive living facilities, medical assistance facilities, mental health centers, outpatient facilities, public health centers, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, and adult day care centers. The term “Health Care Facility” does not include any State-owned or operated facilities.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-27 (Oct. 15, 2021)2021-10-15T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-11-13T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[health care worker]“Health Care Worker” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term “Health Care Worker” does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term “Health Care Worker” also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-23 (Sept. 17, 2021)2021-09-17T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-10-16T00:00:00Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health care worker]an individual enrolled in credit-bearing or non-credit bearing coursework at an Institution of Higher Education, either on campus or at an affiliated off-campus location. The term “Higher Education Student” does not include individuals who complete their coursework exclusively remotely.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-22 (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health care worker]any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term “Health Care Worker” does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term “Health Care Worker” also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-20 (Aug. 26, 2021)2021-08-26T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-18T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[health care worker]any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term "Health Care Worker" does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term "Health Care Worker" also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-10 (Apr. 1, 2022)2022-04-01T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-04-30T00:00:00IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Students]Higher Education Students not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students, Regular testing]false
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-05 (Feb. 4, 2022)2022-02-04T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-03-05T00:00:00IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Students]Higher Education Students not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from school in the event of an outbreak for unvaccinated students, Regular testing]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2022-01 (Jan. 7, 2022)2022-01-07T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-02-05T00:00:00IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Students ]Higher Education Students not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Regular testing, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-32 (Dec. 10, 2021)2021-12-10T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-01-08T00:00:00IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Students]“Higher Education Student” means an individual enrolled in credit-bearing or non-credit bearing coursework at an Institution of Higher Education, either on campus or at an affiliated off-campus location. The term “Higher Education Student” does not include individuals who complete their coursework exclusively remotely.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Regular testing, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-30 (Nov. 12, 2021)2021-11-12T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-12-11T00:00:00IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Students]“Higher Education Student” means an individual enrolled in credit-bearing or non-credit bearing coursework at an Institution of Higher Education, either on campus or at an affiliated off-campus location. The term “Higher Education Student” does not include individuals who complete their coursework exclusively remotely.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Regular testing]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-27 (Oct. 15, 2021)2021-10-15T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-11-13T00:00:00IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[higher education personnel, higher education students]“Higher Education Personnel” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for an Institution of Higher Education, or is employed by an entity contracted to provide services for an Institution of Higher Education, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons on the campus or in a campus-affiliated building or location for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis. The term “Higher Education Personnel” does not include any person who is present on the campus or at an affiliated off-campus location for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly enter a site to pick up a shipment). “Higher Education Student” means an individual enrolled in credit-bearing or non-credit bearing coursework at an Institution of Higher Education, either on campus or at an affiliated off-campus location. The term “Higher Education Student” does not include individuals who complete their coursework exclusively remotely.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Regular testing, Exclusion from school outright for unvaccinated students]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-23 (Sept. 17, 2021)2021-09-17T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-10-16T00:00:00IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher education student]an individual enrolled in credit-bearing or non-credit bearing coursework at an Institution of Higher Education, either on campus or at an affiliated off-campus location. The term “Higher Education Student” does not include individuals who complete their coursework exclusively remotely.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Regular testing]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-22 (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.000IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Student]an individual enrolled in credit-bearing or non-credit bearing coursework at an Institution of Higher Education, either on campus or at an affiliated off-campus location. The term “Higher Education Student” does not include individuals who complete their coursework exclusively remotely.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Regular testing]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-20 (Aug. 26, 2021)2021-08-26T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-18T00:00:00.000IHE studentsRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Student]an individual enrolled in credit-bearing or non-credit bearing coursework at an Institution of Higher Education, either on campus or at an affiliated off-campus location. The term "Higher Education Student" does not include individuals who complete their coursework exclusively remotely.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Regular testing]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-32 (Dec. 10, 2021)2021-12-10T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-01-08T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health Care Workers]“Health Care Worker” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term “Health Care Worker” does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term “Health Care Worker” also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment). “Health Care Facility” means any institution, building, or agency, or portion of an institution, building or agency, whether public or private (for-profit or nonprofit), that is used, operated or designed to provide health services, medical treatment or nursing, or rehabilitative or preventive care to any person or persons. This includes, but is not limited to, ambulatory surgical treatment centers, hospices, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, emergency medical services, IDPH licensed emergency medical service vehicles, chiropractic offices, dental offices, free-standing emergency centers, urgent care facilities, birth centers, post-surgical recovery care facilities, end-stage renal disease facilities, long-term care facilities (including skilled and intermediate long-term care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, the ID/DD Community Care Act or the MC/DD Act), Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities, assisted living facilities, supportive living facilities, medical assistance facilities, mental health centers, outpatient facilities, public health centers, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, and adult day care centers. The term “Health Care Facility” does not include any State-owned or operated facilities.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-30 (Nov. 12, 2021)2021-11-12T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-12-11T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Health Care Workers]“Health Care Worker” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a Health Care Facility, or is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a Health Care Facility, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with other persons in the facility for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the Health Care Facility. The term “Health Care Worker” does not include any person who is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for any State-owned or operated facility. The term “Health Care Worker” also does not include any person who is present at the Health Care Facility for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment). “Health Care Facility” means any institution, building, or agency, or portion of an institution, building or agency, whether public or private (for-profit or nonprofit), that is used, operated or designed to provide health services, medical treatment or nursing, or rehabilitative or preventive care to any person or persons. This includes, but is not limited to, ambulatory surgical treatment centers, hospices, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, emergency medical services, IDPH licensed emergency medical service vehicles, chiropractic offices, dental offices, free-standing emergency centers, urgent care facilities, birth centers, post-surgical recovery care facilities, end-stage renal disease facilities, long-term care facilities (including skilled and intermediate long-term care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, the ID/DD Community Care Act or the MC/DD Act), Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities, assisted living facilities, supportive living facilities, medical assistance facilities, mental health centers, outpatient facilities, public health centers, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, and adult day care centers. The term “Health Care Facility” does not include any State-owned or operated facilities.Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-27 (Oct. 15, 2021)2021-10-15T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-11-13T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[worker]"Health Care Facility" means any institution, building, or agency, or portion of an institution, building or agency, whether public or private (for-profit or nonprofit), that is used, operated or designed to provide health services, medical treatment or nursing, or rehabilitative or preventive care to any person or persons. This includes, but is not limited to, ambulatory surgical treatment centers, hospices, hospitals, physician offices, dental offices, free-standing emergency centers, urgent care facilities, birth centers, post-surgical recovery care facilities, end-stage renal disease facilities, long-term care facilities (including skilled and intermediate long-term care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, the ID/DD Community Care Act or the MC/DD Act), Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities, assisted living facilities, supportive living facilities, medical assistance facilities, mental health centers, outpatient facilities, public health centers, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, and adult day careYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-23 (Sept. 17, 2021)2021-09-17T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-10-16T00:00:00Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[worker]"Health Care Facility" means any institution, building, or agency, or portion of an institution, building or agency, whether public or private (for-profit or nonprofit), that is used, operated or designed to provide health services, medical treatment or nursing, or rehabilitative or preventive care to any person or persons. This includes, but is not limited to, ambulatory surgical treatment centers, hospices, hospitals, physician offices, dental offices, free-standing emergency centers, urgent care facilities, birth centers, post-surgical recovery care facilities, end-stage renal disease facilities, long-term care facilities (including skilled and intermediate long-term care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, the ID/DD Community Care Act or the MC/DD Act), Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities, assisted living facilities, supportive living facilities, medical assistance facilities, mental health centers, outpatient facilities, public health centers, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, and adult day careYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-22 (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Workers]"Health Care Facility" means any institution, building, or agency, or portion of an institution, building or agency, whether public or private (for-profit or nonprofit), that is used, operated or designed to provide health services, medical treatment or nursing, or rehabilitative or preventive care to any person or persons. This includes, but is not limited to, ambulatory surgical treatment centers, hospices, hospitals, physician offices, dental offices, free-standing emergency centers, urgent care facilities, birth centers, post-surgical recovery care facilities, end-stage renal disease facilities, long-term care facilities (including skilled and intermediate long-term care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, the ID/DD Community Care Act or the MC/DD Act), Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities, assisted living facilities, supportive living facilities, medical assistance facilities, mental health centers, outpatient facilities, public health centers, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, and adult day careYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-20 (Aug. 26, 2021)2021-08-26T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-18T00:00:00.000Long-term care facility workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Worker]"Health Care Facility" means any institution, building, or agency, or portion of an institution, building or agency, whether public or private (for-profit or nonprofit), that is used, operated or designed to provide health services, medical treatment or nursing, or rehabilitative or preventive care to any person or persons. This includes, but is not limited to, ambulatory surgical treatment centers, hospices, hospitals, physician offices, dental offices, free-standing emergency centers, urgent care facilities, birth centers, post-surgical recovery care facilities, end-stage renal disease facilities, long-term care facilities (including skilled and intermediate long-term care facilities licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act, the ID/DD Community Care Act or the MC/DD Act), Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities, assisted living facilities, supportive living facilities, medical assistance facilities, mental health centers, outpatient facilities, public health centers, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, and adult day careYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Other]
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-10 (Apr. 1, 2022)2022-04-01T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-04-30T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Personnel]Higher Education Personnel not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order 2022-05 (Feb. 4, 2022)2022-02-04T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-03-05T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[school workers]not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2022-01 (Jan. 7, 2022)2022-01-07T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-02-05T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[Higher Education Personnel ]Higher Education Personnel not further definedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-32 (Dec. 10, 2021)2021-12-10T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002022-01-08T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[School Personnel]“School Personnel” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a School or school district serving students in prekindergarten through 12th grade, or who is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a School, school district, or students of a School, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with students of the School or other School Personnel for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the School. The term “School Personnel” does not include any person who is present at the School for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace]false
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-30 (Nov. 12, 2021)2021-11-12T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-12-11T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[School Personnel]“School Personnel” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a School or school district serving students in prekindergarten through 12th grade, or who is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a School, school district, or students of a School, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with students of the School or other School Personnel for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the School. The term “School Personnel” does not include any person who is present at the School for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-27 (Oct. 15, 2021)2021-10-15T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-11-13T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[school personnel]“School Personnel” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a School or school district serving students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, or who is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a School, school district, or students of a School, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with students of the School or other School Personnel for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the School. The term “School Personnel” does not include any person who is present at the School for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
45 Ill. Reg. 11845 (Oct. 1, 2021)2021-10-01T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[school personnel]"School Personnel" means any person who: is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a school or school district serving students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12, or who is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a school, school district, or students of a school; and is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with students of the school or other school personnel for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis, as determined by the school. The term "School Personnel" does not include any person who is present at the school for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on-site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-23 (Sept. 17, 2021)2021-09-17T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.0002021-10-16T00:00:00School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[School personnel]School Personnel” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a School or school district serving students in pre- kindergarten through 12th grade, or who is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a School, school district, or students of a School, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with students of the School or other School Personnel for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the School. The term “School Personnel” does not include any person who is present at the School for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-22 (Sept. 3, 2021)2021-09-03T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-02T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[School personnel]School Personnel” means any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a School or school district serving students in pre- kindergarten through 12th grade, or who is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a School, school district, or students of a School, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with students of the School or other School Personnel for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the School. The term “School Personnel” does not include any person who is present at the School for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Ill. Exec. Order No. 2021-20 (Aug. 26, 2021)2021-08-26T00:00:00.000Illinois2021-11-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[School personnel]any person who (1) is employed by, volunteers for, or is contracted to provide services for a School or school district serving students in prekindergarten through 12th grade, or who is employed by an entity that is contracted to provide services to a School, school district, or students of a School, and (2) is in close contact (fewer than 6 feet) with students of the School or other School Personnel for more than 15 minutes at least once a week on a regular basis as determined by the School. The term “School Personnel” does not include any person who is present at the School for only a short period of time and whose moments of close physical proximity to others on site are fleeting (e.g., contractors making deliveries to a site where they remain physically distanced from others or briefly entering a site to pick up a shipment).Yes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Exclusion from workplace, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Kentucky. Press Release (Aug. 2, 2021) (HCW vax, corrected)2021-08-02T00:00:00.000Kentucky2021-10-01T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires either vaccination or recurring testing[contractors, employees]not specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specifiedYes, no documentation requirement specified[]
Me. Press Release (Sept. 2, 2021)2021-09-02T00:00:00.000Maine2021-10-29T00:00:00.000Healthcare workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[health care workers]not specifiedNoYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Termination of employment]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.2 (Sept. 27, 2021)2021-09-27T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Worker]"Worker" includes -A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or on-site contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable -The director, secretary, or other executive officer of a State Agency -A person appointed to serve on a board, commission, or similar body that is an executive cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/office-governor/office/executive-cabinet or a small cabinet agency listed at https://wwww.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/small-cabinet, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, a board of trustees for a community or technical college, or a governing body of a four-year institution of higher education. "Contractor" includes any person who provides goods, services, or public works services pursuant to a contract with another person or entity, including, for purposes of this Order, a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting. The term includes subcontractors. "Educational Setting” includes: - All public and private universities, colleges, community colleges, and technical colleges and private career/vocational schools subject to licensure by the Workforce Training & Education Coordinating Board; - All public schools, public school districts, charter schools, private schools, educational service districts, the Washington School for the Deaf, the Washington State School for the Blind, and the Washington Youth Academy; and - All early learning and child care programs serving groups of children from multiple households, including, but not limited to, Early Childhood Education and Assistance Programs, Family Home Child Care, Child Care Centers, Outdoor, Nature-based Child Care, School-aged Child Care, license-exempt preschools, and license-exempt youth development programs (e.g., municipal parks & recreation programs, YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs).Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Adverse employment action, Exclusion from workplace, Termination of employment, Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS]
Wash. Proc. No. 21-14.1 (Aug. 20, 2021)2021-08-20T00:00:00.000Washington2021-10-18T00:00:00.000School workersRequires vaccination, but allows some exemptions (e.g., religious, medical)[Workers for operators of Educational Settings, Worker]“Worker” includes: • A person engaged to work as an employee, on-site volunteer, or onsite contractor for a State Agency, an operator of an Educational Setting, or an operator of a Health Care Setting, as applicable; • The director, secretary, or other executive officer of a State Agency; and • A person appointed to serve on a board, commission, or similar body that is an executive cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/office-governor/office/executivecabinet or a small cabinet agency listed at https://www.governor.wa.gov/officegovernor/office/small-cabinet, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, a board of trustees for a community or technical college,Yes, requires specific supporting documentationYes, requires specific supporting documentation[Must show proof of vaccination - Vaccine card, Must show proof of vaccination - 3rd party app, Must show proof of vaccination - Other, Must show proof of vaccination - IIS, Exclusion from workplace]
Wis. Vax or Test (Feb. 25, 2022) (Program Suspended)2022-02-25T00:00:00.000Wisconsin2022-03-13T00:00:00.000Government workersMandate removed[executive branch employees , executive branch interns, executive branch contract staff]not specifiedNoNo[Must show proof of vaccination - Other]false

U.S. State and Territorial Public Mask Mandates From April 10, 2020 through August 15, 2021 by County by Day

(Table source)
state_tribe_territorycounty_namefips_statefips_countydateorder_codeface_masks_required_in_publicsource_of_actionurlcitation
ALAutauga County114/10/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/11/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/12/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/13/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/14/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/15/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/16/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/17/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/18/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/19/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/20/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/21/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/22/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/23/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/24/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/25/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/26/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/27/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/28/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/29/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County114/30/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/1/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/2/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/3/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/4/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/5/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/6/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/7/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/8/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/9/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/10/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/11/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/12/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/13/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/14/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/15/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/16/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/17/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/18/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/19/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/20/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/21/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/22/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/23/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/24/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/25/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/26/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/27/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/28/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/29/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/30/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County115/31/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/1/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/2/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/3/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/4/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/5/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/6/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/7/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/8/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/9/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/10/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/11/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/12/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/13/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/14/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/15/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/16/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/17/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/18/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/19/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/20/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/21/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/22/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/23/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/24/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/25/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/26/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/27/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/28/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/29/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County116/30/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/1/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/2/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/3/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/4/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/5/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/6/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/7/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/8/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/9/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/10/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/11/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/12/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/13/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/14/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/15/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County117/16/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/17/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/18/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/19/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/20/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/21/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/22/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/23/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/24/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/25/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/26/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/27/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/28/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/29/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/30/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-15-14th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 15, 2020)
ALAutauga County117/31/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/1/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/2/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/3/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/4/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/5/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/6/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/7/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/8/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/9/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/10/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/11/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/12/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/13/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/14/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/15/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/16/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/17/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/18/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/19/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/20/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/21/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/22/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/23/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/24/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/25/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/26/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/2020-07-29-15th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (July 29, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/27/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/28/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/29/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/30/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County118/31/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/1/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/2/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/3/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/4/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/5/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/6/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/7/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/8/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALBaldwin County135/23/20202NANANANA
ALAutauga County119/9/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/10/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/11/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/12/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/13/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/14/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/15/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/16/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/17/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/18/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/19/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/20/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/21/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/22/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/23/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/24/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/25/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/26/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/27/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/28/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/29/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/2020-08-27-17th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Aug. 27, 2020)
ALAutauga County119/30/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/1/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/2/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/3/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/4/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/5/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/6/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/7/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/8/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/9/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/10/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/11/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/12/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/13/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/14/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/15/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/16/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/17/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/18/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/19/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/20/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/21/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/22/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/23/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/24/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/25/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/26/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/27/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/28/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/29/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/30/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1110/31/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/1/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/2/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/3/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/4/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/5/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/6/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/7/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/2020-09-30-18th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19-1.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Sept. 30, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/8/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/9/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/10/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/11/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/12/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/13/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/14/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
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ALAutauga County1111/15/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/16/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/17/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/18/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/19/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/20/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/21/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/22/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/23/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/24/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/25/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/26/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/27/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/28/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/29/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1111/30/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/1/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/2/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/3/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/4/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/5/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/6/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/7/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/8/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/2020-11-05-19th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Nov. 5, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/9/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/10/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/11/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/12/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/13/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/14/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/15/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/16/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/17/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/18/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
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ALAutauga County1112/19/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/20/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/21/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/22/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/23/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/24/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/25/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/26/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/27/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/28/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/29/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/30/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
ALAutauga County1112/31/20201YesOfficialhttps://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/2020-12-09-20th-Supplemental-SOE-COVID-19.pdfAla. Exec. Proc. (Dec. 9, 2020)
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