Just 2.2% of state employees are non-compliant with the governor's Covid-19 vaccine and testing requirements as of Thursday afternoon, according to the governor's office.
State officials said 78.% of executive branch employees are fully vaccinated and just 671 employees or 2.2%, remain non-compliant. The remainder opted for weekly testing.
See the full breakdown by department below.
The governor's office said most of the non-compliant employees intend to meet requirements but the submission of the information is incomplete.
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The deadline to meet the requirements was Monday. Those who choose to remain non-compliant could face being put on unpaid leave.
The executive order Governor Ned Lamont issued requires all Connecticut state employees, child care staff and staff of preK-12 schools statewide to be vaccinated against Covid-19 and for people who are exempt to be tested on a weekly basis. The mandate only applies to employees in the executive branch, not in the judicial or legislative.
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The state Department of Education noted on Thursday that many of the staff included in their count are substitutes or temporary employees who are not currently in a building, and that they are working with employees who are non-compliant but intend to meet the requirements to complete their submissions. A spokesperson for the department said they do not anticipate day-to-operations to be impacted.