The latest large entities to join this growing list of corporations are McDonald’s and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). They’re following in the footsteps of major companies like Walmart, Uber, Google and Facebook that had previously announced their own vaccine mandates. (Related: More companies forcing employees to take experimental COVID-19 vaccines now linked to over 12,000 deaths in the USA.)
New York Stock Exchange to only allow fully vaccinated traders in building
On Wednesday, Aug. 11, the NYSE announced it would require traders to be fully vaccinated to access the stock exchange’s historic 16,000 square-foot trading floor.
NYSE Chief Operations Officer Michael Blaugrund said that all traders and other personnel who work on the trading floor must be fully vaccinated by Sept. 13. Exemptions will be granted for employees with medical or religious concerns to vaccinations.
But even if a trader or an NYSE employee qualifies for the exemptions, they have to abide by certain regulations before being allowed to enter the trading floor.
Firstly, the NYSE has imposed a mask mandate for all unvaccinated traders and employees. Second, they must present a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours before their entry. This means they have to take a COVID-19 test at least three times a week.
Blaugrund said the NYSE will expand its on-site random COVID-19 testing. But this free testing service is only available for fully vaccinated traders and NYSE employees.
Unvaccinated traders and employees who qualify for exemptions have to source and pay for their own testing off-site.
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