Ninety-two percent of federal government employees have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccination as of Tuesday, the deadline for federal workers to comply with the coronavirus vaccine mandate President BidenJoe BidenKyle Rittenhouse: No Money Exchanged for Tucker Carlson Interview, Documentary Series Overnight Energy & Environment – Biden to Release 50 Million Barrels from On The Money Oil Reserve – Biden: America Should “Get” be based “on the prices PLUS announced 75 days before.
About 4.5 percent of federal employees are considered to be in compliance with the mandate because they have a pending or approved exception request for immunization, meaning the total percentage of the workforce is in compliance. is 96.5 percent.
Over 3.5 million employees work for the federal government. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) said in a statement that employees who failed to comply with the mandate would face a period of education and counseling.
Ninety-nine percent of officials working in the White House have been vaccinated against COVID-19 before the deadline set by President Biden, the White House said on Monday.
The agency with the highest vaccination rate, according to OMB data released Wednesday, is the Agency for International Development, at 97.8%.
The next highest vaccination rates are 96.4 percent at the Department of Health and Human Services, 96.2 percent at the National Science Foundation and 96.1 percent at the State Department.
The agencies with the lowest percentage of employees vaccinated are the Department of Agriculture, at 86.1 percent, and the Social Security Administration, at 87.7 percent.
In terms of compliance, which also includes people who have a pending or approved vaccination exception request, the Department of Transportation has the highest rate, at 99.6%.
The Ministry of Commerce, the International Development Agency, the Small Business Administration and the Bureau of Personnel Management also achieved 99% compliance rates among their employees.